Odm Party leader Hon Raila Odinga has come out to defend himself against claims that he is a project of Uhuru Kenyatta. He openly tell kenyans that nobody promised to endorse him and that he is in consultation with other leaders so that after reaching an agreement he will make it public as to whether he will vie for presidency or not. He said that within a period of one month kenyans will be knowing his position.
Odinga has been highly linked with direct endorsement by president Uhuru Kenyatta after parting ways with his deputy after the famous handshake in 2018. While in his tour in Mt Kenya where he claimed that he is way climbing the mountain, many felt that his tour was propelled by President Uhuru Kenyatta though he rubbished the claims.
Odinga however has claimed that he doesn't want support from anyone and that it's not the first time he has vied for the top seat in the country. He added that his record is clear to Kenyan therefore warning those that thinks that he needs anyone's support.
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