ODM leader Raila Odinga ( Photo Courtesy) Barely hours after the Orange Democratic Movement resolved to leave the opposition National Super Alliance, Deputy President William Ruto's camp has hailed the decision.
In a Facebook post, the former Prime Minister hinted at entering into other coalition deals ahead of the next general election in 2022.
According to Kuria, a key member of the DP's hustler nation camp, the move by Raila to chart his own political path away from his former coalition partners, is one the best decisions he has ever made.
Kuria opined that Raila's former coalition partners have been riding on his back without offering any benefit to the ODM Chief.
The outspoken MP further claimed that former NASA coalition partners have been obsessed with the call of Raila endorsing them for the top seat come the next general election.
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