Renown communication expert Barack Muluka has come out to speak up his mind after realizing what will happen to Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Raila Odinga after today's Kamukunji rally in Nairobi county, and indeed the Monday one at Jacaranda grounds.
According to Mr Muluka, who once served as Amani national Congress (ANC) secretary general before resigning, Raila Odinga may be forced to retire after holding his planned public consultations cum public protests because they will backfire on him.
Muluka says that Azimio and Raila supporters have become tired as the ODM leader has used the same strategy (public protests) in the past and recycling it now and then will leave the supporters even more disillusioned.
He says that there are some people who are surrounding the ODM leader and who have his ear that are misadvising him to go in the streets for the sake of their own selfish political interests.
"People get tired when you are doing the same thing frequently and expecting different results. There are people around Raila Odinga who want him to continue staying in power and are misadvising him for their own political survival," Muluka said.
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