Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga has met a some leaders from Gisii community. Yesterday agroup of leaders from the region lead by Dagoreti’s Simba Arati, Richard Onyonka, Silvanus Osoro, Zadoc Ogutu, Jimmy Angwenyi and ten others said that they they will reconsider their 2022 stand.
In today's meeting posted by Duncan Makori, one of close Raila's supporter, showed Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed, Dagoreti’s Simba Arati, Richard Onyonka in a meeting.
According to Makori, the leaders from Gisii region agreed to support Raila's 2022 presidential bid. This meeting comes after Deputy President William Ruto will be storming Migori tommorow, Saturday to drum up Support for his 2022 bid. Ruto will be hosted by Migori Governor Okoth Obado who has been vital for DP Ruto's agenda in the region.
Netizens who reacted said that Raila should now disclose his running mate as his actions confirm that will be on the ballot in 2022.
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