Sunday May 10, 2020 – Senate Minority Leader, James Orengo, has hinted at a possible political alliance between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader, Raila Odinga, ahead of the 2022 General Elections.
Addressing mourners during burial of Priscilla Wakesho Mwaruma, the mother of Taita-Taveta County Senator, Jones Mwaruma, in Wundanyi Constituency yesterday, Orengo noted that Uhuru and Raila have been working together and will continue doing so in future for the benefit of Kenya’s political stability.
“There is a high possibility that the two top leaders will form a political alliance ahead of 2022 because they are closely working together to stabilise the country,” Orengo said.
He said the President and the former PM will ensure Kenyans elect transparent and accountable leadership in the next General Elections.
“President Kenyatta and Raila will continue working together for the stability of the country whether some people like it or not.”
“The two top leaders will ensure the country gets accountable leadership to steer the country ahead. Kenyans will not allow working with thieves anymore,” said the ODM legislator.
Orengo’s statement comes after he, Suna East MP Junet Mohamed and ODM Chair John Mbadi, are said to have met with Kenya’s top leadership on Friday after their rant on Wednesday where they went ham on Uhuru over his handling of the COVID19 pandemic among other calamities and called for his resignation.
The trio said that they will no longer keep quiet as the Government gets it wrong at every turn, and continues to brutalise its own people.
They accused Jubilee of poor response to Covid19, the floods and city evictions.
Mbadi is the National Assembly Minority Leader while Junet is Minority Chief Whip.
The Kenyan DAILY POST