By Oltetia Pere
My first words are RIP Fidel Makarios Odinga.I’ve no time to ponder riddles and greater still I’m not up against anyone but this comes as my postmortem analysis of the mystery tagged to the latest events.
Who killed Fidel and why. We’re past the age of “natural deaths”. I am using a sub optimal approach coupled with a top-down analysis to sell my idea. Politics is a game, for the smart.
Raila Odinga have got one bullet left in the magazine to shoot.Once missed the apache has it and chances are deem of any other way out of the tensed zone.
Don’t drive your focus out of Orange House. The party is in the cusp of transition; so many ambitious members are yearning to hold to what remains of Tinka’s empire.
This is the same party that saw the most rivalry in its nominations like never before. Reason,Agwambo is about to exit.
The late Fidel’s activities drew surmised conclusions of a possible entry into politics.His death explains better of the unknown.He was known and admired. This would have destroyed the broth for the hungry lot.My parting shot, Fidel died at the hands of he who knows him and his father. Forget about Kajwang’ who turned out later to be Raila’s confidant.
Raila’s cards are close to his chest but one of the breasts is death-suckling them. Biblically speaking Solomon killed his brother Adonijah so as to assume to the throne. You need to look into your inner political circles lest ODM will resemble an Ebola zone.
A Think-tank as Raila put it of the party mysteriously passes on then the son. Don’t take the fight far.
The princess is immediate to the throne. No political move would score against Raila’s decision in Nyanza.In the game of chess the king is protected, when the queen is snatched and the opponent’s knights and bishops are into your zone it becomes hard to resist a match. The king is left to run high.
Simply saying once one is in your circles and you’re injured he/she will give you a run. This is not finality but a suggestion subject to contradiction and challenge. I am out
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