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Raila reveals CORD is ready to do anything to bring down JUBILEE in 2017

By Peter Imbuyi | August 18th 2016

“If my candidature proves to be an impediment in our determined resolve to rescue the country from the grips of Jubilee, and if supporting another person would help, I would be more than willing to step down for them,” Raila said, as quoted by a local newspaper.

My question is, could this be the right time for Hon. Musalia Mudavadi to come back home and lead the team? Was Hon.  Ababu Namwamba, so fast to leave CORD because here is an opportunity that needed a profound person like him? Maybe yes or no, depending on the reasons that can be tabled. Can CORD really bring down Jubilee?

Most people will say No but I'm for Yes. Who really ever knew if the KANU regime could ever come to an end, no one but in 2002 the so called NARC took power with Hon. Mwai Kibaki as the President of Kenya, courtesy of Raila Amollo Odinga.

If Raila steps down, this could mark one of the wisest decisions ever made in the political history. Moreover, Raila has not been so strict that the leadership of Cord is restricted to the three of them that is, Hon. Wetangula, Raila and Kalonzo but has hinted that there is a possibility of considering an outsider, Hon. Mudavadi you are the outsider who can lead CORD. 

“I have run three times. I have lost once. I know I was robbed. I know how I was robbed and that’s why I have insisted on electoral reforms. I know once we fix the IEBC we will be securing our victory. I am much wiser,” Raila added.

 My knowledge is that, if Hon Raila stepped down today, it could form the strongest Coalition. Who is with me? Strike your comments on here, it may help the way forward for this nation remember we are the coming future leaders.

MY ADVICE TO BABA: Bring back the Hon. on your left back to Cord as the President and Jubilee will go back home.

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