Raila Odinga is one of the well known politicians not only in Kenya but also Africa at large. He is the current boss of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM). Raila is known for his high convincing power in politics.
Of late, Raila declared that he will not be endorsing anyone in the coming general elections. This means that Raila Odinga will be on the ballot. Raila's main political competitor is said to be William Ruto, the current deputy president of Kenya. Now, here is an opinion on Raila's possible line up that will completely finish William Ruto if he applies it come 2022.
DEPUTY PRESIDENT: Gideon moi.
Moi is the current party leader of KANU party. Moi is among the most popular leaders in riftvalley region. He is considered to be William Ruto's main political competitor in the region. He has an ability of bringing the people of riftvalley behind Raila Odinga if picked as Raila's running mate.
PRIME MINISTER: Hassan Joho.
He is the current deputy party leader of ODM party. He is also the sitting governor of Mombasa county. Joho is among the most popular leaders from the coastal region. If given a chance to be the prime minister in Raila's camp, then Joho will bring a huge number of votes from his coastal region to Raila's side.
DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER 1: Ann Waiguru.
Waiguru is the current governor of Kirinyaga county. Mrs Waiguru is among the most popular politicians from Mount Kenya region. If given a chance to be the deputy prime minister in Raila's camp, then Mrs Waiguru will bring a good number of votes to Raila's camp.
DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER 2: Kivuta KibwanaHe is the current governor of Makueni county. Kibwana is one of the most educated governor's in Kenya who have an expirience in leadership. If given a position of the deputy prime minister in Raila's camp, then Mr Kibwana will bring a good number of votes to Raila's side.
This line up will only work if the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) passes so as to create the positions of the prime Minister and it's deputies.
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