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12 billion shillings for compensation of 2008 PEV victims

By Paul Baraza | Dec 20th 2016 | 2 min read

With elections around the corner, the government is not comfortable with one man in the country-Raila Amolo Odinga.The truth be told, if the government could find a way to convince this man Raila to willingly retire from active politics it would be more than ready to initiate that move. The big question is why?

The courage and resilience of this man if it is something to go by is one of the things many people, especially his opponents will never want to stand in their way. Normally no one is ever happy with an obstacle in life. Sometimes this courage pushes him to go beyond the imaginable that can bring a lot of trouble in the government camp.

For quite some time Raila has been associated with foreign powers, which some politicians call puppet masters. When they want something to happen in African countries they know which strings to pull. It is always said that these masters are ready to manipulate anybody as long as they achieve what they want. This is not new in this continent, many governments don't allow their revivals to engage freely with foreign powers for fear of the unknown.
Some of the people allied to the government and maybe in one way or the other exploiting the state resources through corrupt deals will never allow anybody to stand in their way and interfere with their operation.It is their time to 'eat' and nobody should snatch them that meat from their mouth.The best thing one can do is swallow saliva as others eat meat.

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