The political muscles continue getting hot and and days are flowing in faster than lightning. Hon. Raila Odinga has been in the presidential race for long period of time and he has lost severally to his opponents despite having huge following and support within and outside the country.
DP William Ruto is not the first politician to have huge following of voters and the bitter truth about this country that Kenyans learned from Raila Odinga is That crowds don't decide the president apart from few individuals. 2017 general elections were the dirtiest and most complicated after ODM Party boycotted the elections.
Under the support of NASA Raila Odinga still lost. 2022 is getting interesting as Kalonzo Musyoka close ally senator Wambua sent Raila Odinga and others a strong message over 2022. According to senator Wambua, They will not give Raila Odinga there 3 million votes instead Kalonzo Musyoka will start from there for his presidential bid and that's how ukambani people decided. He told KTN News.
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