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Why Raila has lost his chance of becoming President

By Raymond Mtetezi | March 22nd 2018

The National Super Alliance (NASA) Leader Raila Odinga is not new to controversies and making mistakes which cost him in future.

In 2007, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) mocked Deputy President William Ruto and told him that he can become nothing without Raila. However, Ruto worked hard, formed his party and mobilized Rift Valley members who overwhelmingly supported him hence later forming a pact with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Ruto is now senior to Raila Odinga in terms of protocol and will be President before Raila.

Raila has made a mistake again by wishing away his co-principals Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka. Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula despite them supporting him twice ie Wetangula and Kalonzo.

What will the supporters of these co-principals say?

Will they support Raila anymore? I don't think so.

Raila will be all alone in 2022 as signs show he will still vie hence Ruto might unite with Kalonzo, Mudavadi and Wetangula and will take presidency early in the morning.

Raila will be left alone and desperate.

Watch the space!

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