Tuesday, 25 July 2017


Raila Odinga – Former Prime Minister of Kenya
Raila Odinga
He has a good chance of winning the Presidential Elections coming up in 2017. The political scene is going to be very tense in the coming months but I urge him to use a more subdued tone in his campaigns.
The leadership of this beautiful country, Kenya is in Raila’s hands; considering the role his father the Late Jaramongi Oginga Odinga played in the early days of our independence the British colonial masters. Mr. Jaramongi Oginga Odinga let the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta take the reigns of power instead of leading the country himself his son the former Prime Minister of Kenya Raila Odinga took the same honourable step by endorsing the former President H.E Mwai Kibaki for the presidential campaign of 2002 which he won.
Whatever the results of the 2017 Presidential elections will be Raila Odinga should urge all his supporters to continue being peaceful. Raila Odinga should continue fighting for the rights of ordinary people he needs to protect the Kenyan democracy. (new Constitution, Multiparty democracy.etc).
I urge the former Prime Minister to consult African elders and Religious leaders on his leadership. I also want to prophesy that Raila Odinga’s family shall be in leadership position from 2030.raila

1.The Doctors’ Strike: Say what you will but this strike has destroyed the image of H.E Uhuru Kenyatta locally and Internationally many innocent Kenyans died during the strike and the fact is that it was left to drag on for far too long 100days to be precise. The wrangles between the Permanent Secretary Dr. Nicholas Muraguri and the Cabinet Secretary Dr. Cleophas Mailu sent signals to the whole country that the government lacked strong leadership. This strike will be the biggest blow for President Uhuru come August 2017.

2.Corruption Scandals: In the last four years this administration has been battling with one corruption scandal after the other. The NYS scandal which the government first denied then acknowledged the Mobile clinics and other. Most Kenyans have the Impression that despite the efforts made by the President to fight corruption it’s like he has given up on the war against corruption. The president famously said “Sasa Mnataka nifanye nini?” while speaking about the war on corruption Kenyans expect him to know what to do.

3.Strikes in the Education Sector: Teachers and Lecturers have been on strike on different occassions since he took office although some of the pay agreement were made with previous administrations the government is perpetual and that should not be used as an excuse.

4.Kenyans are Getting Poorer: The common mwananchi who wakes up at 6:00am to vote for these leaders is not feeling any economic growth 2kg of Unga cost Ksh.150 and their salary has not increased by a cent for years. Manufacturing jobs run by Kenyans are dying slowly due to cheap imports from China, Banks Such as Barclays, KCB have been laying off workers even the media Nation Media, Royal Media, The Starndard have layed off workers and in some cases shut down TV and Radio Stations to cut costs.

5.Petty Rivalry: All political analysts will agree that the president has already made Governor Hassan Joho a huge force to reckon with in the coastal region and the whole country. The President has proved to be thin skinned when criticized by the Mombasa Governor blocking him from accessing his own county was not the best move for the President. Governor Joho will deny H.E Uhuru Kenyatta Votes he could have garnered in the coastal region. Another good example is that of Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok.


Media Propaganda: Some of the Kenyan Media does not cover Raila Amollo Odinga fairly some Radio Stations, Newspapers , Televion Stations and Blogs spread fake news about him. This is something that can blow out of proportions small lies about his supporters.
Cartels: There are Cartels who see Raila Odinga as a threat the reasons behind this could be the bad things that the cartels have done e.g. Government Tenders, Land Grabbing etc.

My Astrological insight tell me that Raila Amollo Odinga will beat H.E Uhuru Kenyatta in the August Presidential Race in the first round.

The IEBC should give the victory to whoever the citizens have elected and the loser should accept defeat, Boinet and and his team should also be fair to everybody, Religious leaders should now more than ever stand with the truth, the Youth should not allow themselves to be used by the politicians to cause any chaos.

Finally I repeat the two candidates should accept the outcome Kenya is bigger than all of them

There is a sense of déjà vu in Kenya’s contemporary political scene, which is pitting the sons of the country’s founding fathers against each other in a battle for supremacy. And at the moment, it’s the Odingas who are—again—losing out.
Raila Odinga, the 71-year-old son of Kenya’s first vice-president, has run for the presidency of Kenya on three occasions, in 1997, 2007 and 2013. Each time, he has lost out, most recently to Uhuru Kenyatta, the third son of the country’s first leader.

The 2017 General Election will be very sensitive but I urge Religious leaders to unite Kenyans of all walks of life.
I also urge all politicians to encourage their supporters to exercise and preach peace in the country, the politicians on the other hand should not make utterances which could spur tension in the country.
The politicians should be on the fore front of uniting Kenyans no matter the results, so that  do not end up with two capital cities.
The Electoral Commission and Security Agencies should do their job in a non partisan since the constitution protects their independence including that of the Judiciary.
All citizens should be peaceful and reject all the politician who want to incite them against each other.

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