Leader of opposition Raila Odinga has been warned not to trust President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of the 2022 presidential elections. The ODM Party leader had been adviced that he should be ready for betrayal of the century ahead of the next elections
This are the words of activist Cosmo Choy who is a Kenyan based in USA. To start with, Cosmo Choy has been an ardent supporter of Raila Odinga over the years but surprised many when he ditched Raila for Deputy President William Ruto earlier this year
Through a video that has so far gone viral, Cosmo Choy has faulted Raila Odinga for being blindfolded by things like military helicopter from President Uhuru Kenyatta which he has been using to travel around the country.
"Raila Odinga asijidanganye President Uhuru Kenyatta atamuibia kura 2022. Hio haitawezekana na Raila asahau kabisa... Raila Odinga amefunikwa macho na Uhuru. Raila unadanganywa kama mtoto ambaye anapewa peremende alafu ananyamaza," US based Kenyan activist Cosmo Choy has alleged
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