Kenya’s Raila Odinga has deeply been involved in South Sudan unending conflict; a British Spy Ring Finds on Ex-Prime Minister Point Funding and Arming South Sudanese Opposition Since 2007.
The killing of tens of thousands Southern Sudanese in recent past years and months can be faulted on the Kenya’s former Prime Minister, Raila Amolo Odinga. Mr. Odinga is generally to blame for the 2007-2008 post-election viciousness in Kenya where more than 1000 people were murdered.
The mass killings in Southern Sudan is greatly blamed on selfish war profiteers and ‘Oil Black Market’ cartels including Odinga who is believed to have specifically financed South Sudan’s opposition led by rebel leader Riek Marchar to blend agitation and accordingly overthrow the current President, Salva Kiir Mayardit.
On Monday 2 end of April 2012, a Southern Sudanese delegation made a trip to Nairobi and met then Kenya’s Prime Minister Raila Odinga. According to the special report, the importance of the visit was the discussion of oil under deals with Mr. Odinga.
The delegation to a great extent composed of what makes (inner circle/decision-makers) the opposition of the world’s youngest nation offered Mr. Odinga stakes in oil and arms supply in the event that he’d push for intervention’s that would be one-sided. By the day’s end, Odinga promised Kenya’s intercession in the Southern Sudan escalating conflict.
In 2009, The British Secret Services (GCHQ) reliably and stealthily listened on Kenya’s former PM, today,the Kenya’s opposition chief, Raila Odinga. More intelligence services indicate Raila Odinga heavily politiked for the benefit of key individuals from the opposition notwithstanding amid their time in government.
Source: Intelligence Briefs