Arrest Raila at your own political risk – Ngunyi warns Uhuru

Ngunyi

 

Controversial political scientist Mutahi Ngunyi has vehemently warned the Jubilee administration against attempting to arrest CORD leader Raila Odinga.

According to Ngunyi who recently went to bed with the Jubilee administration, it will be political suicide for the EACC to purport to arrest the Prime Minister since the brunt will be borne by the President.

Ngunyi was speaking to journalists in his city offie when he warned of possible consequences should the EACC insist on summoning or arresting Mr. Odinga. Being a whistle blower, Raila should be treated with dignity and protection. Someone should advise the President that Raila’s arrest is highly awaited by the international community including the media so as to beautify their headlines to the detriment of his administration.

“I want to proffer my brother Uhuru with some free but paramount pieces advice and caution him that arresting Raila will not be as easy as he and his loyal apparatchiks may think. Raila is a prodigious talented politician”

Raila Odinga is an internationally acclaimed political cognoscente with roots running deep into every nook and cranny of the world. He is not an ordinary politician, he is preternatural. Anyone in his compos mentis will never dream of arresting him must be living in a cloud-cuckoo-land because it’ll attract a very costly price to pay”

“Raila Odinga is a gigantic institution and a Goliath of modern day politics. Here, we are talking of a man with over 5 million ardent followers behind him. The unstinting and untenable support afforded by this tyranny of humans cannot be underestimated whatsoever” Said Ngunyi.

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