Popular Kenyan blogger, Robert Alai has openly made his own prediction on 2022 presidency. The race for 2022 presidential elections seems to be heating up as various presidential candidates are currently into talks to form coalitions.
The One Kenya Alliance members have been adamant that they are better placed to restore economic growth to the country. Speculation has been rife as to whether Raila Odinga will work with DP Ruto or the One Kenya Alliance.
@Lusimba_ He always been winning from 2007.
He will win in 2022 and it will be the same "kameibiwo"
@MaswaiiTetee Unaota na hujalala?
@BarchengC This is Kenya my friend
@Nyabul4 Using what magic that he has never used before?
@ModoStrong He is going to win the way he has always won in the past elections. In 2022, there’s no recycling garbage!
@t_mutinda The same Raila who's waiting for Uhuru's endorsement 😂
@itsKhaemba Ile kuibiwa ataibiwa ,mtalia hadi machozi iishe kwa kichwa.
@ArebaHSC In a layman's language,@RobertAlai is saying Baba may not run,but will still have a huge say about who's going to be our 5th president.
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