Professor Herman Manyora, a political analyst, has issued a call to the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Camp, which is led by Raila Odinga, Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua, and Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, to refrain from reacting hastily to anything that President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza Government says or does.
According to Manyora, it is reasonable for Ruto to request that Kenyans give him one year to improve the state of the country. After this period of time, it would also be reasonable for the opposition and Kenyans in general to begin criticizing the president.
The lecturer from the University of Nairobi went on to say that it is unfortunate that the Azimio camp is out reacting to everything that Ruto and the KKA government is doing, including a presser that the KKA government held yesterday following a move to oust four IEBC commissioners who opposed Ruto's win.
"I would like to make a request to the opposition to not react nearly as strongly to something that Ruto has said. They need to look into more effective ways to engage the president in constructive conversation or respond to what he says."
Manyora added that large-scale protests will never be beneficial to a nation, and that such a move will only serve to frighten away investors. He stated that this is an option out of the many ways that one needs to use in order to build the nation at a time when the economy is struggling.
You can start listening to Manyora at minute 10:05.
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