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Itumbi Alleges Uhuru's Secret 2022 Candidate

ODM leader Raila Odinga continues to remain in darkness, living under moments full of uncertainty on whether his handshake partner President Uhuru Kenya surely settle on him as his favorite candidate to succeed him in 2022.

Even as the race for the country's top seat comes closer, Uhuru Kenyatta has still not shown his interest to make Raila succeed him despite urging other leaders to rally behind him to face other top candidates like DP Ruto with one common strong force.

He has not been seen in most of the rallies being made by the ODM party leader especially in the Mount Kenya Region where he should be making great efforts to ensure Raila gains the ground if he truly wants him to win the 2022 presidential elections.

Besides that, there are also some rumors being made that the president is more to the side of the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi who could be his secret favorite candidate that he would love to have as his successor.

And just from the expose made by DP Ruto's ally Dennis Itumbi through the Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB), it has brought it to the attention of the public on what exactly was happening today in plans to get Musalia Mudavadi endorsed by the president.

According to Itumbi, there was a secret meeting held today in Karen, Nairobi County. A meeting was held at Speaker Lusaka's official residence to discuss Mudavadi's presidency.

The meeting itself was attended by various leaders allied to Uhuru Kenyatta together with those from Western Region. An indication of what Uhuru is planning to do for Mudavadi at Raila's

Among the leaders present were Governor Kananu of Nairobi County, Beatrice Elachi, Senator Wetangula, Malala, Aladwa, Savula, and Injendi as NMS, and Nairobi County is said to be the financing arm of the Mudavadi for president ticket.

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Itumbi Karen Nairobi County ODM Raila Odinga


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