WACHENI MIGUNA ABWEKE ..AM STILL THE KING…Raila Sends A Message To Miguna And Evans Kidero Ahead Of 2027 As He Tells His Supporters To Heal

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Raila persuaded his supporters to rebuild from the devastating casualty meted upon them by the Kenya Kwanza led by Dr Ruto before they hit back for the fight for democracy

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Retired Prime Minister Raila Odinga has finally dealt with his plans and retirement from active politics.

Raila on Friday, October 28 while attending a funeral of the Wife’s slain bodyguard revealed that although he lost the elections, he is still neat and will keep criticizing Ruto’s Government.

This comes after Miguna and Kidero told him to retire from politics.

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Miguna visited the city of Kisumu yesterday where he held series of meetings including attending a Thanksgiving service. Miguna has been telling the luos to detach themselves from Raila Odinga as he accuses him of failing them.


“I want to confess over what happened (election loss). Such is vitality everywhere, but we must soldier on. The inquiry for liberation is not about Raila. I don’t strive in elections to enrich myself; we want an adequately country. What transpired in Kenya is similar to what’s transpiring across the globe, I will talk to to you later, at the right time. That’s when we will sit down and chat our way forward. We are still contemplating them (KK govt). I’m not tired out, I’m not bored,” Raila’s statement.

Raila persuaded his supporters to rebuild from the devastating casualty meted upon them by the Kenya Kwanza led by Dr Ruto before they hit back for the fight for democracy

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