President William Ruto and his longtime political rival, Raila Odinga, are getting closer, with the National Dialogue Committee, co-chaired by Kalonzo Musyoka and Kimani Ichung’wa, set to present a bipartisan report to key figures later this month.
This emerging alliance between Ruto and Raila, reminiscent of a previous political reconciliation, has the potential to significantly impact both of their political camps.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, who opposed talks between Ruto and the opposition leader, may be marginalized if Ruto allies with Raila, and some ODM MPs aligned with the president could also face isolation if the two leaders reach an agreement.
Furthermore, the National Dialogue Committee has agreed to institutionalize the role of the Prime Cabinet Secretary and establish the Office of the Official Leader of the Opposition.
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