Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro has reached out to Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga to continue offering his wise leadership counsel to the young blood in the country.

In his Thursday September 8 message to Mr. Odinga who just lost election to William Ruto, MP Nyoro observed that politics is not always enmity and asked Odinga and his supporters to understand this process having been around for some time.

He indicated that their differences were only political and there was not so much to take personal about it now that elections are over.

“I played for a different coach and manager, a manager who was called deputy Jesus. Raila Odinga the coach of the other team remains a statesman. Our political differences ends in politics. We respect and love you baba. Live long to guide others. RESPECT TO THE MAN,” Ndindi said.

On his part, Azimio National Chief Agent Saitabao Kanchory seemed to go spiritual and asked God to help everyone who lost in the election to heal and move on with their lives.

“Dear Heavenly Father, we have accepted now please help us to move on,” Saitabao Kanchory prayed.

The two were saying this just hours after the President-elect, William Ruto, told CNN News that Raila is not a man to just wish away because he enjoys almost the same following as his around the country.

He admittedly confessed that they enjoy almost equal number of supporters across the country going by the recent figures where he garnered 7.1 million votes defeating Raila with a margin of less than 300,000 votes.

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