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Kisiang'ani Warns Raila Odinga As He Gives Conditions On Which Raila Can Do Better In The 2022 Polls

The Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader Raila Odinga remains to be a major and top presidential candidate in the 2022 general election.

The former prime minister who is also perceived as the most preferred candidate of president Uhuru Kenyatta, has continued to popularize his bid with an aim succeeding the head of the nation.

The political analysts in the country has come out clearly to warn the former prime minister from the claims that he is the state project. According to Dr Edward Kisiang'ani, he has articulated that Raila Odinga can do better without state endorsement.

According to Kisiang'ani, the desperation that is being felt by the Orange Democratic Movement party leader is actually shocking. Speaking on TV47 during the morning brief, he said that Raila Odinga should not focus on being endorsed by the state as it used to be said that President Uhuru Kenyatta will endorse him.

Dr Edward Kisiang'ani went ahead to give an example of the head of the nation president Uhuru Kenyatta. He said that Uhuru Kenyatta was the project of the former president late Daniel Arap Moi. But it did not work until 2013 when he was a project of the people.

According to him, Raila can only perform well in the 2022 general election if he will cease from being regarded as the project of the government, instead he should be a project of the people as what the president did in the year 2013.

Even though the former prime minister Raila Odinga is yet to publicly reveal his presidential bid, but just from the look of things, he will be on the ballot box. Kenyans are now expecting a mega event at Uhuru park on 9th December as it was earlier stated, this is the time that Hon Raila Odinga will be now announcing his bid.

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