Raila issues warning if secret deal with Uhuru is not implemented

"Things will be messy"

Odinga stated that the political situation in 2022 will be messy unless the reforms agreed upon with President Kenyatta are enacted.

The former Prime Minister spoke in Naivasha where he briefed ODM officials of the details of the much hyped handshake with the Jubilee Leader.

"Without the changes we envisage in the Memorandum of Understanding MoU, 2022 will be messy. It will come with the same confusion, heartbreaks, and possibly chaos."

"As a forward looking and reform-minded party, we must resist the efforts of political shylocks demanding their pound of the flesh out of the handshake," Odinga stated.

His message was echoed in the final statement made by ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna while marking conclusion of the orange party's retreat in Naivasha.

The two leaders issued a joint communique after their historic meeting on March 9th but did not indicate that they had entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

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