Even though the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga is still yet to make it public on whether he will be on the ballot come 2022, his political movements across the country can best suggest that hei is actually in the presidential race.
Speaking during a morning review with K24 Television on Thursday 7th October, popular economist, Mwaura Kogi said that the former prime minister stands higher chance of becoming the next president of Kenya.
He said that Raila Odinga is the only presidential candidate with a vision of uniting the country under his political slogan "Azimio la Umoja' adding that no country can experience any economic growth without unity.Photo: Economist, Mwaura Kogi
Mwaura added that Raila's long stay in politics has made him to mature politically compared to his opponents making him to understand what the country needs hence would likely to perform very well if elected president in 2022.
"Raila has matured so much and the highest chance he has is now. You can tell that he is so ripe to become the next president of Kenya," he said.
He further praised Raila for accepting to shake hands with president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2018 adding that the decision made Kenya to make good progress in terms of economic growth.
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