In a surprising turn of events, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has sent a coded message to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga ahead of tomorrow’s scheduled demonstrations. Taking to Twitter, Ngunyi expressed his views on the ongoing protests and made intriguing remarks about President William Ruto’s government.
Describing the protests as a clash between a “reckless” opposition and an “incompetent” government, Ngunyi hinted at the possibility of a secret game plan being orchestrated by Ruto. He tweeted, “#Maandamanowednesday is about a reckless opposition fighting an incompetent government. The government was weak on Wednesday.”
Ngunyi’s statements have raised eyebrows and sparked speculation among political observers. He alluded to Raila Odinga’s ability to keep people occupied without making substantial progress, stating, “But remember this: Raila is like a rocking chair. He keeps you busy and takes you nowhere. And by Christmas, we will know. But Ruto is not stupid. Or is He?”
Urging Kenyans to give President Ruto a chance to deliver on his promises, Ngunyi appealed for patience. Having worked closely with former President Uhuru Kenyatta, he empathized with the challenges faced by the President and believed that Ruto needed time to fulfill his mandate. “I will play the lone voice from the Wilderness. Give Ruto a chance. I worked for Uhuru Kenyatta, and his job was hard. If Ruto fails, let the people deal with him ever so harshly – in 2027. But give the damn guy a chance!”
The protests that occurred last week resulted in a tragic loss of life, with over 9 individuals being shot dead and numerous properties of unknown value destroyed. More than 20 counties actively participated in the demonstrations, with residents taking to the streets to express their grievances.
As tensions mount across the country, Ngunyi’s coded message to Raila Odinga has added a new layer of intrigue to the political landscape. The nation awaits tomorrow’s demonstrations with bated breath, eager to witness the unfolding events and ascertain the true intentions of both the opposition and the government.