ODM leader Raila Odinga is well known in the country. Further, Raila Odinga has lost more than four elections and at the same time he has been rejecting the results. On Tuesday, this week, Raila Odinga rejected the presidential results and revealed that he will move to court.
According to the source, another Top Kenya Kwanza politician has just broke the silence and sent a strong message to Raila Odinga. Wetang'ula has asked ODM leader Raila Odinga to shake hands with William Ruto. He has also revealed that the hand shake is only for peace.
This just come in after Azimio la Umoja coalition revealed that they are expecting Supreme Court to handle the case of presidential election.
Today, Martha Karua who is also ODM leader Raila Odinga running mate has revealed that they are moving to Court.
Let us hope that everything will be okay and all Kenyans will still remain peacefully until the final judgment is made by Supreme Court.
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