Suba South Member of Parliament Honourable John Ng'weno Mbadi who is also the Minority leader in the upper house. He has revealed why the highly Expectations of Raila Odinga might not be fulfilled due to some Political misunderstanding with President Kenyatta's side.
Through an Interview he Conducted with Jeff Koinange on Citizen TV. The long serving MP said that Raila Odinga is taking easily, but from the real mode of the Picture, things are not running as the Agreement States.
He accused Jubilee Parry Leaders of taking everything in their Hands without consulting their Counterparts from ODM. He weighed blame to some of President Kenyatta's close Political cooperates for using force to serge some of their own Selfish Interests.
"Things could be very hard for Raila Odinga. Because, I personally suspect the Handshake. I doubt if all is well for both sides. Counting months to the General Elections, their are some castagating Political Agents in Jubilee, who are playing dirty Politics for their Benefits."(https://youtu.be/HB1Xhs2jjPc)
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