Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has now commenced his political trips to the Mt Kenya region where he is expected to sell his 2022 Presidential Bid as well as his newly launched economic blueprint, which aims at ending corruption, lowering the burden on ordinary Kenyans as well as small scale traders and farmers.
According to the news by NTV on Saturday, it's reported that senior and vocal ODM delegates and allies have already visited the region where thorough preparation for the reception of the ODM Leader Hon Raila Odinga is currently ongoing.But at the same time, President Uhuru Kenyatta has now received fresh demands from Raila Odinga's camp where close allies have argued that his bedroom must be readily prepared to return the favor after it has emerged that the region is sharply divided into two regions pitting allies of Ruto and Raila on different sides.
"Climbing the divided mountain: Leaders allied to Raila Odinga pave way for him in Central Kenya. The delegation from Nyanza led by Oburu Odinga, says Central Kenya should ‘Return the favour," NTV Reported.
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