Political Analyst, Tony Gachoka has asked NASA leader Raila Odinga to move on and instead wait for 2022.
Gachoka, who also happens to be Odinga’s former aide applauded the former Premier for postponing the December 12 swearing in ceremony which many warned would be a ‘recipe for chaos.’
The postponement he notes, will let ‘Kenya remain peaceful.’
But Gachoka advises ‘Baba’ to stay put as ‘not everyone in Jubilee wants DP Ruto’ to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
@RailaOdinga greetings from Diani! Baba let’s move on suspension of swearing-in is a very good move. Let Kenya remain peaceful. @UKenyatta will soon complete his term & not everyone in Jubilee wants @WilliamsRuto wacha utaona … Mungu Mbele @TonyGachoka cc @KoinangeJeff #jklive pic.twitter.com/unay7VGDNT
— Tony Gachoka (@TonyGachoka) December 11, 2017
Uhuru on Saturday hinted at his deputy taking over from him when he asked those in opposition to wait for 2022 to hold talks on electoral reforms with Ruto.
“Those pushing to have talks with me should know time is gone, they can wait for 2022 and talk with [Deputy President] William Ruto, right now we are busy serving Kenyans,” the head of state said.
”The government’s business now is to unite the country and deliver its development agenda,” Ruto said, adding that the politicking period is over.
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