A coalition Government is inevitable
By Nichasius Koech
| September 8th 2017
Forget about the rumbles in the political sphere. The Supreme Court opened a can of worms so tricky to revert.
The ruling having its weight rest squarely on the shoulders of the referee, and with the IEBC well insulated by the constitution; that none other than it shall go ahead and preside over the repeat election with or without exoneration of wrong doing leaves us on a sharp and slippery edge.
Both Jubilee and NASA mark their strides towards the fresh elections as equal competitors.
While NASA cries foul, Jubilee, on the other hand, tends to justify their win. That is; while one party hails the court's decision and the latest IEBC officials drama, the other clings upon their member's numbers in all the other elective positions as a justification beacon.
Jubilee has a strong and energetic team on top of government machinery plus money.
NASA on the other sphere has Raila, Joho and nobody else apart from Orengo "the walking constitution". NASA is one man. Jubilee is a team. That is the tragedy.
These are times Baba wishes Otieno Kajwang' Mapambano was still alive.
Why is a coalition government inevitable?
It is simply a hypothesis. To expound further, this election is for NASA to lose!! And the best they can get closer to power, it will be a coalition government. Indeed a very weak fraction that befits only Tinga considering the fact that Jubilee already has control over both houses of parliament and the capital city as well.
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