After the famous handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, many of Uhuru's strong allies like Kanini Kega, Maina Kamanda, David Murathe and others have been supporting Raila Odinga publicly. They haven't been hiding it and at times, they have been promising to back him up in the presidential race in 2022 poll but still, one of Uhuru's men known as Ben Githae has never declared his support for Baba.
Some few weeks ago, Ben stated publicly that he is President Uhuru Kenyatta's man and for that reason, he will support the candidate endorsed by the Head of State but today, the popular singer decided that there should be no more secrets as he finally told Kenyans 'Baba Tosha'.
According to reports, Githae stated that Mt. Kenya region residents have decided to back Raila for Presidency and for that reason, he is going to compose a good song that will even help popularize Raila more.
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