…………Raila Odinga, and, his political antics…..that he will be sworn in as the peoples’ president…….

…….Raila Odinga, and, his political antics…..that he will be sworn in as the peoples’ president. Thi is the rallying clarion that is being spread like a gospel by Raila Odinga and his National Super Alliance brigade. They are telling their supporters that Raila will be sworn in as the peoples’ president in a matter of time.

It has to be their agitation since the conclusion of the repeat October 26 presidential election re-run which was ordered by the Supreme Court in which President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared as the eventual winner which the National Super Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga boycotted.

And, since then this has to be the rallying chorus that the National Super Alliance brigade led by their principals have been singing to their supporters. They are telling their supporters that the journey to Canaan is still on despite the misgivings.

They have vowed to stay put in their quest for the electoral justice in the country. And, to them, they are saying that they don’t recognise President Kenyattas’ presidency as they are proclaiming that its’ illegitimate and was acquired unconstitutionally.

This political declaration by the National Super Alliance brigade caused political tensions in the country, but it withered with time. And, it is worth noting that they have postponed this swear in event twice.

But, what impact will it make if Raila Odinga happens to be sworn in as the peoples’ president? How will he operate a parallel government without the substantial backing of the necessary institutions that run the government of the day? And, what about the instruments of power? What next after the swear in……what will be his action plan in his political journey?

Methinks that Raila Odinga hadn’t anticipated that the presidential election re-run as was ordered by the Supreme Court would have run full circle, or, would have been conducted smoothly after his withdrawal of his candidature. He had anticipated a political stalemate which would have precipitated a political crisis …..but, that wasn’t the case.

The High Court left him in a limbo when the other candidates were included in the presidential re-run for he had anticipated for a two-horse race hence his withdrawal meant that the election would be postponed


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