Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka quietly fled the nation on Thursday, according to self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) general Miguna Miguna.
The two main leaders of the Azimio–One Kenya Alliance rushed out of the country, according to reports, for a covert mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Raila Odinga departed on a private plane with his daughter Winnie Odinga, while Kalonzo boarded a Kenya Airways trip to Lubumbashi.
Raila and Kalonzo, according to Miguna Miguna, travelled to the DRC to learn how to steal the August 9th election from former DRC President Joseph Kabila. Kabila aided his successor Felix Tshisekedi in rigging Congo’s 2019 elections.
Despite their attempts to rig the election, Miguna believes Deputy President William Ruto would easily defeat them in August.
“Visiting the DRC (Congo) to learn how Joseph Kabila stole elections for Felix Tshisekedi (@FelixUdps) in 2019 will not help conman @RailaOdingaand @skmusyoka. No matter what @StateHouseKenyadoes, electoral theft will not succeed on August 9, 2022. Kenyans will and must triumph,” Miguna wrote on his Twitter page.