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Mutahi Ngunyi cautions Raila after meeting Uhuru Kenyatta 

Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi warns Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga against associating himself with retired President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In a statement via X on Monday, December 11, Ngunyi claimed that Uhuru is only keeping Azimio leader Raila Odinga busy.

Ngunyi who was Uhuru technical advisor wondered if the former Head of State would help Raila if he failed to help him become president in the 2022 general elections.

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“Politics of the rocking chair. Uhuru is keeping Raila busy, taking him nowhere. If he could not make him President in 2022, what will he make him now? This is a trap. And if I am wrong, I do not choose to be right. Damn,” Ngunyi stated.

In addition, Ngunyi claimed that the Azimio coalition is ‘dead’ and urged Raila to focus on the ODM party.

Remarks by Mutahi Ngunyi comes after Uhuru Kenyatta met Raila Odinga on Monday evening in company of Jubilee leaders from Kiambu County.

According to Jubilee Party Deputy Organising Secretary Pauline Njoroge, the two leaders held a meeting with Jubilee leaders from Kiambu County.

“Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon. Raila Odinga meeting Jubilee leaders from Kiambu County, and other party leaders this evening,” Njoroge stated.

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