The 2022 succesion politics continues to gain momentum,with various aspirants who are out to succeed President Uhuru busy reorganizing themselves,by hunting for more support and increase their chances of becoming Kenya's next President.
And now Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has finally made a decision to shelve his presidential ambitions and support Raila Odinga for the top seat.
Making the announcement,the governor said that he had decided to vie for presidency in 2022 but he has chosen to fall back and support Raila Odinga for presidency in 2022.
"I am now going to support Raila Odinga for the 2022 presidency.I have looked back and am determined to work with Raila Odinga.He is going to be our fifth president," Oparanya said.
This means that Raila Odinga will now be fighting for ODM party with Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and business man Jimmy Wanjigi,who have announced that they will also want to vie for presidency using ODM party.
Here is the video to watch Oparanya's remarks.
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