In Sun Tzu's Art of War,he quips,"when you are closer to the enemy,make him think you are far,when far make him think you are near".Raila Odinga,an enigmatic politician is a man of moves,you will never predict his next move,not even his some of his adherent followers can tell his next charm.Well,this is if, information disclosed by former state house director of communication,Denis Itumbi,is anything to go by.
Itumbi who crossed ranks to the deputy president's camp,after the latter's fallout with President Kenyatta has today disclosed details of a highly top secret and classified agreement between One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principal's and Odm party boss Raila Odinga,expressing willingness to work with the former Prime Minister.
In his Hustler National Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) updates,Denis Itumbi says the five political honco's have unanimously decided to back the former prime minister,who is said to enjoy a substantial following,and who is the only who stands a chance against Deputy President Ruto,who is keen on succeeding Kenyatta.
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