Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga will not need Opposition when he becomes President in 2022. This was revealed by ODM Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna, who said that Raila has the best plans for the country and will ensure that there is no opposition since he will make government operations so smooth.
Sifuna stressed that corruption, among other vices, will be a thing of the past once Raila takes control of the government.
“I foresee under the leadership of ODM, there will be no need for the Opposition because we will be implementing good policies. Something good does not require correction,” Sifuna noted.
Sifuna also dismissed claims that the party is currently ineffective because it’s part of the current government and thus unable to point out mistakes.
“As ODM, we are asking to be given the chance to be the creators of policies, rather than waiting for us to correct the government. Give us the chance to be the creators of the ideas and policies,” he added.
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