Political analyst and communication adviser Barrack Muluka has shared his sentiments about the succession plan as the country gears for the next general elections.
While speaking at TV47 during the leadership and integrity show, Muluka referred to the one Kenya alliance as a succession project for the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and advised President Uhuru Kenyatta to give a deaf ear to those close to him as the project was a naive one.
He alleged that the One Kenya Alliance was more of the Raila Odinga succession than it was about succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta who is serving his last term in office.
According to Muluka, the One Kenya Alliance was a baby of certain individuals disguising themselves as the state as he termed it as a sinister project as he aimed a jibe at the President for openly appearing to endorse the former premier for the top seat.
Muluka further argued that President Uhuru did not believe in national Unity as he had joined forces with Raila Odinga and they now saw Deputy President William Ruto as a common enemy.
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