In a bold statement on social media, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has declared that the Azimio la Umoja Coalition and Jubilee party are both dead, dubbing them as the “BIG CON” of Kenya’s political history. Ngunyi urges former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to shift his focus to the ODM party, suggesting that President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Kikuyu community merely misuse him.
Ngunyi’s comments highlight the growing scepticism surrounding the Azimio la Umoja Coalition and Jubilee Party’s viability in the political landscape. He argues that Raila should approach his dealings with Uhuru as purely business-oriented, emphasizing that it is nothing personal.
The declaration of Azimio and Jubilee’s demise raises questions about the future of the political alliances and their impact on the upcoming elections. As political dynamics shift, Raila’s strategic decisions in aligning himself with ODM become increasingly crucial.
Ngunyi’s frank assessment challenges prevailing narratives and sparks further debate on Kenya’s political landscape. The coming months will undoubtedly illuminate the true fate of these political entities and their leaders.
Azimio is DEAD. It was the BIG CON of our political history. Raila should FOCUS on ODM because Jubilee is also DEAD. This is what he should tell Uhuru: "..Nothing Personal, JUST business". Uhuru and Kikuyus are just MISUSING Babaman. FACT.
— Mutahi Ngunyi (@MutahiNgunyi) December 11, 2023