Until now Raila Odinga has not yet made it official that he will be on the presidential ballot in the 2022 general election. He has been beating around the bush but all factors have been indicating that he will be in the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
In recent days, the ODM party leader has been campaigning seriously especially in Mt. Kenya region. With the help of the handshake and President Uhuru Kenyatta's allies in the region, it has been easy for Baba to enter the vote rich region and as we are speaking, he is busy climbing the Mountain.
After his latest meeting with Mt. Kenya youths, many people have been debating and discussing about his popularity in Mt. Kenya region and today, popular MP Ngunjiri Wambugu broke his silence as he finally agreed that Raila Odinga is actually shifting the ground in Mt. Kenya.
That is a good news to Raila who will be rejuvenated to continue his campaigns in the region while it is a bad news to Deputy President William Ruto who thought that he is in charge of the region.
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