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By Paul Barasa | January 23rd 2017
Onyango Oloo has been a close ally of Uhuru Kenyatta. In the recent past, he pledged allegiance to the president and TNA party. He did this for close to five years without going against the party’s stipulations.
I know many are celebrating him for joining forces with the opposition. The opposition should reconsider Onyango Oloo’s move. He might be an enemy that has hidden under the nose of the opponent.
The big question is why a sudden change. The truth be told, Onyango Oloo has no secrets at all he is just a refugee seeking asylum in the opposition camp. He knows very well that he is a vagabond.He has no place he can call a political home this is why he is seeking for one.
Mr. Oloo should not equate himself to the Biblical prodigal son rather he should equate himself to Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus by being given thirty pieces of silver.
By claiming he has all the details on how President Uhuru Kenyatta rigged elections it's just a hoax. He knows Uhuru won the election and he just wants the opposition to give him an attention and before they know it he is grounded in their camp.
Where was the former Secretary General of the defunct TNA party?If he knew from the word go that the 2013 elections were rigged, then he is the one who should be held responsible because he was the party Secretary General and all that happened under his watch.

 In fact, as we are talking know he should be in Kamiti as an accomplice of a criminal. Why was Oloo working as the secretary General of a party that he knew stole an election without resigning?
Mr. Oloo and the other traitors who defected from jubilee should tell Kenyans that they had outlived their usefulness in Jubilee and their services were no longer needed.
Mr. Oloo said it right that one cannot do business with a witch or a thief without becoming like him.So it means he is a big thief than the Jubilee members whom he claims they stole elections.

 For us to know that Mr. Oloo has really repented and turned away from his iniquities he should return each and every single cent he earned while he was in TNA.This will show that he has completely turned away and he is ready to live a clean life.

 Mr. Oloo why are you fooling us? Who doesn't know that you had no place in Jubilee and your world has crumbled and you just need a place of solace?

You just want to further your own selfish gains. We have already seen you from far. Just look for another lie, my fellow countryman.
Probably Onyango has fear that he will be greeted with hostility from his own kinsmen. He has opted to pretend to have joined forces with the opposition.

 The former TNA Secretary General should know that the opposition members are treating him with suspicion. They are not willing to work with him. They feel you can’t be trusted in any way neither can they entrust you with the leadership of Kisumu Central.

 Soon or later they will drop you like a hot potato. Now you are telling about Jubilee secrets next you will also be telling us about NASA secrets. Nobody will ever confide in you. You better shut up if you want peace with yourself.
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