Raila Odinga has played a key role in Fueling South Sudan Conflict: British Spy Ring Finds on Ex-Prime Minister Point Funding & Arming South Sudanese Opposition Since 2007
Death of tens of thousands of Southern Sudanese in recent past can be blamed on former Prime Minister of Kenya, Raila Amolo Odinga. Odinga is largely to blame for the 2007-2008 post election violence in Kenya where over 1000 persons were killed.
The genocide in Southern Sudan is largely blamed on war profiteers and ‘Oil Black Martket’ dealers including Odinga who is believed to have directly funded the opposition led by Riek Marchar to stir unrest and subsequently unseat current President, Mr Salva Kiir Mayardit.
On Monday 2 end of April 2012, a Southern Sudanese delegation travelled to Nairobi and met then Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Key in the discussions with Odinga was oil revenue sharing and territorial dispute. The delegation largely composed of what makes the inner circle of current opposition offered Odinga stakes in oil and arms supply if he’d push for mediation’s that would be biased. At the end of the day, Odinga pledged Kenyan intervention in the Southern Sudan crisis.
The British Secret Services (GCHQ) in 2009 consistently eavesdropped on Kenya’s former Prime Minister, now opposition leader, Raila Odinga. More intelligence services show Raila Odinga politiked on behalf of key members of the opposition even during their time in government. Odinga even commissioned authoring and publishing of articles by his father’s ‘Jaramogi Oginga Odinga’ 10-year aide-de-camp who would later serve as his personal Assistant for 10 years.
Some of the sinister findings of the GCHQ include involvement of Raila Odinga in fueling the Southern Sudan conflict directly and through his late son Fidel Odinga and conniving to block LAPSET project. This brings to light some of the major factors of the conflict in the young African nation. Odinga also deployed some of his Southern Sudanese employees as elections operations specialists and as technical support assistants in Southern Sudan with intent to spy and shape future of the Southern Sudan politics and elections.
Since 2011, Raila has been obsessed with Southern Sudan. In 2009-2010 Raila Odinga facilitated the illegal sale of arms to Southern Sudan. He was also actively involved in the purchase of arms for Southern Sudan Army, according to American Intelligence services.
Fidel Odinga business in Southern Sudan included selling arms to South Sudan opposition led by Riek Machar and trafficking drugs to the lawless country. These deals were facilitated by his Father Raila Odinga.
South Sudan is in turmoil today courtesy of weapons and drugs supplied by the Odinga’s. The death and suffering are of genocide proportions.