As the general elections year is nearing, several politicians have shown interest in running for the presidential seat but most Kenyans know that William Ruto and Raila Odinga are the biggest competitors.
However, Raila revealed in an interview that he has not decided whether he is going to stand for presidency or not.
One of the journalists asked him to give his views about the fact that Kenyans think he is President Uhuru's favourite candidate from the way they have been relating since 2018.
He said, "I don't want to interfere with Jubilee issues. I know Uhuru is the party's leader and his deputy is Yours Truly William Ruto. I don't want to be involved in their problems. Mimi bado Sijaamua kama nitasimama Urais ama sitasimama. Nitafanya uamuzi baada ya kushauriana na Wakenya."
His revelation leaves his followers and allies confused since they know that they will vote for him in 2022. Their wishes will not be fulfilled if Raila decides to back down.
Click on the link below to watch the interview:
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