If he loses to Deputy President William Ruto in August, President Uhuru Kenyatta may have subtly advised former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to concede defeat.
The two front-runners in the August election to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta are Raila and Ruto.
Jakom, who has run unsuccessfully for the Candidacy four times, benefits from Uhuru’s endorsement of Raila Odinga’s presidency in August.
Vice-chairman of the Jubilee Party David Murathe stated on Wednesday that if Raila Odinga loses the August election to Ruto, the party has no intention of disputing the results.
In order to ensure that Raila wins or loses fairly, Azimio-One Kenya Alliance, according to Murathe, would invest in agents who cannot be compromised.
After claiming that the “system” rigged the last elections against him, Raila is counting on the “state machinery and deep state” to assist him win.