ODM party leader, Raila Odinga has today commented on his possible running mate. With the 2022 campaigns getting hotter day by day, several top politicians continue mobilizing voters to go on and register. Raila hosted several top kalenjin radio presenters at his home this morning.
The former prime minister commented on several issues including the recent shocking revelations over Pandora papers. After being asked whether he can pick a lady as his deputy in the next general elections,Raila stated that he has no problem with that.
He further added that women have contributed much to this country and should be included in leadership. This means that Kenya could for the first time witness a female running mate who is deputizing one of the top politicians in the country.
In his view about Pandora papers,Raila went on to say that it is not a crime to have an account abroad. However,he also stated that the question should be whether the funds in the accounts were legit or illegal.
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