ODM Party leader Raila Odinga creates anxiety in Kenyan as he says that he will declare openly his intentions to be elected as president in the 2022 elections, during his meeting with the ODM leaders in vihiga county Raila says that he has good plans for Kenyans if they agree to vote for him.
According to the news by NTV on Friday night, the Former Prime Minister has now hinted that he will be in the 2022 presidential election after openly saying that he's going to announce more regarding his 2022 Presidential Bid.
But then, this has now created anxiety among Raila's ODM Supporters who have been kept guessing his next step bearing in mind that President Uhuru's Mt Kenya region has unveiled a list of 5 possible 2022 Presidential Running mates hours after meeting with Mt Kenya leaders.
All the same, will Raila Unveil his 2022 Runningmate come next week but one? Who do you think Raila will choose between Peter Kenneth and Gideon Moi or Peter Munga?
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