- The plans, according to his close allies, could see him occupy statehouse.
The Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo Odinga is leaving no stone unturned as he prepares to occupy the top seat on the hill.
Odinga, who will be giving his fifth stab at the presidency was in Thika Stadium to launch his presidential bid.
Taking to Twitter, Odinga details parts of his agenda touched on three important points at 'Azimio Mtaani Thika'.
The first agenda, according to his statement is to enhanced protection and assistance for single mothers.
The second agenda is to provide an increased access to healthcare under the umbrella of 'Baba-care'.
The third and final agenda is to upholding the right of all Kenyans to reside and work, trade anywhere in the country.
"Parts of our agenda touched on at #AzimioMtaaniThika: Enhanced protection and assistance for single moms, Increased access to healthcare a.k.a Babacare and upholding the right of all Kenyans to reside and work/trade anywhere."
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