In his meeting with the UK High Commissioner to Kenya, the former prime minister Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga was joined by the Jubilee party's secretary general Hon. Jeremiah Kioni, the minority whip in the National Assembly Hon. Junet Mohamed, and the former governor of Kakamega, Hon. Wycliffe Oparanya.
Political analyst Mr. Abuga Makori expressed sympathy for Azimio leader Hon. Raila Odinga for allegedly interacting with individuals who assisted William Ruto in winning the most recent general elections on August 9, 2022. He claimed that the West suppresses democratic processes and has never loved Raila. After Raila met Jane Marriot, the UK High Commissioner to Kenya, he said this.
Abuga Makori tweeted, “If feel sorry for Raila Odinga when I see him engaging dark forces like UK High Commissioner to Kenya Jane Marriott UK. These are the forces that secretly worked with William Ruto. The West has never loved Raila. They stifle democratic processes.”
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