Outspoken lawyer Miguna Miguna has warned Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga over plans to form a new alliance with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Raila and Uhuru have been behind the push for constitutional reforms through the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), which they established after their famous March 9, 2018 handshake.

There are claims the duo are pushing for an expanded executive where there will be positions of a prime minister and two deputies.

Miguna accused Odinga of offering to help Uhuru remain in power and warned the strategy will backfire and lead to 'bloodshed and agony' in the country. 

In a tweet on Monday evening, the exiled lawyer cautioned that it will be Raila's supporters who will suffer most in case of violence.

"When a hyena pretends to be sheep's best friend, everyone knows that the hyena is preparing for a feast. When a cowardly, perennial people's betrayer like Raila Odinga offers to help Despot Uhuru Kenyatta cling to power, we know that there will be bloodshed and agony soon," he said.

".... and it will not be Uhuru's blood and wails of agony of his Mount Kenya slaves. The blood and wails will be that of sycophantic Raila supporters. Yes, go tell them that I've said so," Miguna added.

ODM MP Babu Owino has speculated there was a plan to have Uhuru continue serving in government after his retirement in 2022.

"This is the 2022 line up:  President-Raila Odinga, Deputy President-Kalonzo Musyoka, Prime Minister-Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy Prime Minister-Musalia Mudavadi, Deputy Prime Minister2- Ali Hassan Joho/Gedion Moi," the Embakasi East legislator posted on Facebook, Sunday.