In a move that is likely to get people worried about the possible mind games at play by the former Jubilee nominated Senator, Isaac Mwaura now says that former Prime Minister Raila Odinga did indeed win the contentious 2007 general election. This latest statement punctuates what has been a sustained campaign of harsh criticisms and unrelenting attacks aimed at ODM and Raila by Mwaura.
However, while this sudden and extreme change in temperament may signal an inexplicable tact, it may also point to possible indecision.
Former Senator Isaac Mwaura made the remarks while talking on Radio Jambo’s weekly political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which is hosted by Bramwell Mwololo. Others on the show included the embattled Thirdway Alliance party founder Ekuru Aukot, Hustler Nation supporter and Deputy President loyalist Gerald Bitok, and Amani National Congress party official Brian Mulama.
While responding to a question about whether the new One Kenya Alliance political outfit would stand the test time, Isaac Mwaura began listing the political formations which Raila has been part of, and how each of the NASA principals supported him. He said that in 2007, Raila enjoyed the support of Musalia Mudavadi who was effectively his running mate. He went on to say that both in 2013 and 2017, Raila enjoyed the support of Kalonzo Musyoka and Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetangula, in addition to Musalia Mudavadi who again supported him in 2017.
He finished by declaring that because of the repeated support which the other NASA principals had repeatedly shown the Orange Democratic Movement party leader, chances were that this time round they weren’t going to accept supporting him, and this would lead to One Kenya Alliance’s break-up.
Noticeably, however, when Mwaura was speaking of the 2007 election in which Mudavadi supported Raila, he mentioned that Raila had won the election.
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