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Raila Odinga is Alone in his Handshake with Uhuru Kenyatta


Raila Odinga decided to unleash a handshake on the people. It is good for him. He can as well retire as a "honourable peace loving elder" who fought for justice until certainly "peace" became more important (assuming I do not know what peace actually is). He abandoned the people on the runway when they actually needed his leadership the most. It is undisputed that Mr. Odinga's supporters had become radical (many still are) and Kenya was ripe for a revolution. Now. Mr. Odinga is on the crossroads. He must choose between abandoning the handshake and getting back to lead Kenyans (majority who either voted for him or boycotted the sham election that put in place an illegitimate despotic regime led by Kenyatta) in the path of democratic reforms, or he clings to the handshake and vanish to political oblivion. Choosing the former is costly, the latter is an easy choice. Let him decide. 

Raila Odinga is Alone in his Handshake with Uhuru Kenyatta Raila Odinga is Alone in his Handshake with Uhuru Kenyatta Reviewed by Ibrahim Magara on April 05, 2018 Rating: 5

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