Raila Odinga's top agents Satabao Ole Kanchori and Caroline Karugu have come under fire from Kileleshwa Ward MCA elect Robert Alai for their roles in Raila Odinga's defeat by President-elect William Ruto.
Alai has criticized Kanchori on Twitter for failing to uphold Raila's interests at the Bomas of Kenya. He implies that Kanchori shouldn't have been a chief agent or even a member of the County Assembly while claiming that he is immature and incompetent. Kanchori, according to him, is easily upset and loses concentration in a fight.
He accuses Caroline Karugu of betrayal and claims that she was a snitch in the Azimio coalition who gave information to DP Ruto at Weston. Caroline Karugu is a member of the Azimio La Umoja - One Kenya Alliance secretariat.
Azimio has engaged in blame-shifting, particularly with the secretariat, which some have blamed of thwarting Raila Odinga's objectives. According to reports, several stations, particularly those near Mount Kenya, had no agents, and some of the ones that did even worked for free.
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