With the approaching 2022 general elections being around the corner, speculations and facts are now rife and evident that the upcoming general election can't and won't be compared with the previous 2017 general elections.
Secret Meetings, political betrayals alongside the explosion of new political formations alongside the innovations of new insult and allegations have now dominated the country's political arena, leaving kenyans in deep confusion over what awaits them.
Going back to what makes our headline, the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has once again received a major threat in his 2022 Presidential Bid after losing 3 critical warriors who spearheaded his Presidential campaigns in 2017, in the NASA Coalition.
As quoted by the standard on Friday, the three Political leaders (Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, and Moses Wetangula) have once again shamed and castigated Raila Odinga adding that every action has its consequences. They have announced and broken ranks with Raila's camp.
Led by Musalia Mudavadi, the three leaders reported that Raila needs to swallow his humble pie and move on with his political career even as he plans to run for presidential position in 2022 after revealing that they have an alternative.
“We stand here to tell Kenyans that if you thought there was no alternative, please start putting it in your mind that there is an alternative of hope in this country,” Musalia Said.
At the same time, Raila Odinga's closest men such as Amolo Otiende, Junet Mohamed and James Orengo have now directed their guns to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Government. They have accused the handheld partner of orchestrating and supporting the move to Betray Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid.
"Senator James Orengo and MPs Junet Mohammed and Otiende Amollo who are Raila’s key allies, accused Harambee House “cabals” of fronting the leadership of the alliance.
"They warned they would not hesitate to severe links with the president if the State officials continued to interfere as was the case in the Matungu by-election where ANC’s Peter Nabulindo floored ODM’s David Were," The standard Reported.