Raila Odinga. Photo courtesy.
Orange democratic party leader Honerable Raila Odinga is one of few people who have tried several times vying for the top seat in Kenya. Since decades ago, he has been trying to take over state house but all in vain. He came close to winning it in 2007 general election but unfortunately, President Mwai Kibaki was Declared winner by then independent Electral of Kenya chairman Samuel Kivuitu.
In 2013, he tried vying for it Under CORD coalition but still failed to get it. In 2017, the song was still the same. He lost it to now president Uhuru Kenyatta after failing to take part in an election which was called again after suprime court nullified the presidential election. Temperatures were High in the country during that time, forcing Odinga to Join hands with the president with an aim of uniting kenyans. Something that did not sit well with the deputy president William Ruto.
President Uhuru with Ruto. Photo courtesy.
Well, now another year of Election is here with us. Orange democratic party leader is expected to vie for the top seat again. However, this time round. He has not Declared it officially and he is giving out a condition that will make him not to appear on the ballot Incase it is not achieved.
According to Raila Odinga, he will first check the regestration of voter's frequency in his strongholds Before making any decision on the presidency. He has gone ahead to say that, Incase they will not regester in Large numbers, then he will not vie come 2022.
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