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Who Is More Powerful? Raila Or These 2 Vocal Politicians Battling For ODM's Presidential Ticket?

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By NewsUpdates'254 | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 120 views

As far as 2022 is approaching, Raila is set to compete with Hassan Joho, governor Mombasa county and Wycliffe Oparanya of Kakamega.

The 3 politicians has send applications. “The NEB shall scrutinize the three applications, vet the candidates as required by the ODM Elections and Nomination Rules and subsequent thereto announce the next processes and timetable in accordance with the ODM Constitution,” the board’s chairperson Catherine Mumma said.

The former prime minister could be the fifth president of Kenya if he beats the two giants from Mombasa and Kakamega. These two powerful politicians are more than willing to challenge the boss Mr. Odinga at his capacity for 2022 presidency.

Raila has promoted handshake which enhanced peace and sustainable developments within the country. He is a big supporter to BBI promoting economy and livelihoods among Kenyans.

Joho is fighting hard to be the ODM flag bearer. “I am interested in being the ODM flag bearer. We are democratically competing for the position. Even before the 2017 General Election I had said this region must be represented in the ballot.”

Do you think Baba has the capacity to outshine these two vocal politicians bearing in mind that he had only one bullet left during the previous by-elections?

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