Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has received good news concerning his presidential bid after Ford Kenya MP endorses him and promises to woo his party leader to make u-turn to support him (Raila).Speaking while at Mwongori High School during a fundraising ceremony, Kitutu Chache Member of Parliament Richard Momoima Onyonka has assured the former prime minister of his support and that he was also going to ensure his boss Moses Wetangula will do the same. Adding to his statement, he has said that the Kisii community have not finished with Raila and will ensure he becomes the fifth president before they embark on other issues.
"Mimi hapa nimekuja kama mgeni wa chama cha Ford-Kenya. Nimekuja kusalimia baba kwa sababu mimi ntampigia kura. Na vile mnavyojua mimi ni naibu wa party leader, kazi yangu naenda kumwambia tupige u-turn turudi hapa," said Onyonka as he pointed Raila.
"Hatujamaliza na mzee Raila. Tungependa tumalizane na yeye awe rais wa tano ndio tuachane na yeye tuende kufanya vitu zingine," he added.
At the same time, he has hinted that CS Fred Matiang'i will take the mantle after Raila's term elapses.
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