Concern has been raised by analysts on whether the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, will be sworn in as the next president of the republic of Kenya regardless of how his main competitor Deputy President Dr William Ruto will perform.
Speaking to the Star Newspaper, Political commentator Samuel Omwenga has raised the concern on the likeliness of the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to be sworn in as the president next year, regardless of how DP Ruto will perform following the latest statement which was made by the former Premier about next year's polls.
Raila's statement of confidence that next year's general elections will be free and fair, has raised questions on how Odinga is sure that the polls will be free and fair despite him complaining so much about rigging in the previous polls. Omwenga questioned whether there's need for Deputy President Dr William Ruto to even participate in that election since it is clear that, Raila might be sworn in as president despite the election outcome according to Raila's recent statement.
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