Raila reveals his next stop if Jubilee thrashes him in August

- Raila has spoken of his next move should he lose the August General Election against Uhuru Kenyatta

- Raila said that the leadership of Kenya as a nation does not end with him - that Kenya will still go on without him

- If he loses to Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila will retire from active politics and will act as a political advisor should the need arise

NASA flag-bearer Raila Odinga has revealed what awaits him should he lose the August Election to Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Previously, Raila has not entertained the thought that NASA would lose to Jubilee. Especially after the claims that NASA has 10 million voters in its strongholds.

Raila reveals his next move if he loses in August 8

Raila on a tour of Murang'a county where he addressed residents of the county. Photo: Raila Odinga/Facebook

However, while speaking to NTV at an interview in his Karen home, Raila said that should he lose, he will not seek elective positions but take up a political advisory role.

"Kenya is not me, Kenya will move on with me as a leader or not, I will be around as a political advisor, " Raila told NTV.

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A man of his many talents, Raila added that there would always be something for him to do. Being a political advisor falling within the realm of possibilities.

Raila Odinga will face off with his opponents from 2013; Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

Raila reveals his next move if he loses in August 8

Raila in Murang'a. Photo: Raila Odinga/Facebook

While campaigning recently in Murang'a, Raila expressed optimism that he is the turn-about that Kenya needs.

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He explained that the current government has fleeced public coffers and taken up huge loans that will be repaid on the backs of Kenyan taxpayers.

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