The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader honourable Raila Amollo Odinga have today received a huge boost amidst his presidential bid after one of the most trusted leader from Mount Kenya swore to support him.
According to honourable Peter Kenneth who is majorly known for his several attempt in winning the presidential election in Kenya, he said that they will never get tired in supporting the former prime minister for presidency as mount Kenya region.
While saying this, he added that the ODM party leader have proved himself worth being the president of Kenya following his humility. He also added that the former prime minister also have the ability to unite the country and ensure there is enough peace in all larts of the country, Kenya.
This indeed is indeed a great boost for Raila as the central region is normally known for large number of voters as compared to any part of the country. Therefore the leader getting support from such a region gives him higher chances of winning the 2022 general election.
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