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‘Operation Stop Raila’

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Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi and Eldoret North MP William Ruto met on Wednesday evening, completing the face of a budding tripartite alliance against Prime Minister Raila Odinga.The other wing of the informal alliance is Deputy Prime Minister Mr Uhuru Kenyatta’s The National Alliance whose common denominator with Ruto’s United Republican Party and Mudavadi’s United Democratic Front is unyielding will to stop Raila.Ruto and Mudavadi, who are, but just on paper, Raila’s deputies in Orange Democratic Movement, met with at least 40 MPs to strategise on how to frustrate the PM’s political ambitions as well as scuttling his list of nominees to EastAfrican Legislative Assembly. Given the acrimonious circumstances under which they left ODM, both have an axe to grind with Raila, and more so the fact that they asked for a share of ODM’s pie in EALA but got nothing since they are considered to have defected. Ruto has been working with Uhuru under the umbrella of G7 Alliance, who like him, believes that Raila is behind their woes at the International Criminal Court. Incidentally, Uhuru and Mudavadi are Raila’s deputies in the Grand Coalition Cabinet ranking. This effectively means the tripartite assault on Raila is led by both his deputies in political party and Government as well.Ruto has been working with Uhuru under the umbrella of G7 Alliance, who like him, believes that Raila is behind their woes at the International Criminal Court. Incidentally, Uhuru and Mudavadi are Raila’s deputies in the Grand Coalition Cabinet ranking. This effectively means the tripartite assault on Raila is led by both his deputies in political party and Government as well...Click here

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