Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyajui has changed tune on former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's statehouse bid disclosing who Kentuans should cote in as their next President and why?
According to the Nakuru Governor, while in the company of Raila Odinga during the Azimio la Umoja Malindi chapter. The Governor has informed that Kenyans should know that Raila Odinga is not interested in the Presidency issuing fresh details.
The Nakuru Governor has continued to state that what Raila Odinga wants when it comes to his Presidency is none other than to shape his legacy through first ensuring that he leaves this country in a better place.
"According to Baba's age, he is not interested in the presidency to acquire land or a big car. He is only interested in his legacy," Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has said.
He has further stated that the ODM leader has good plans for the youths and those who don't have in the society alleging that they should be guaranteed better things should the former Prime Minister take over.
" He is determined to leave the nation where it should be, leave the Youths having plenty of Jobs and make sure that he leaves the poor have also become rich," Lee Kinyajui has added.
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