Earlier today, the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga concluded his visit at the Central region after storming Githurai Market. He did the impossible by pulling the largest crowd seen since he started politicking ahead of the 2022 politics. The turn out was not expected by many and it had been said that it is only Ruto who had the capabilities of pulling such large crowds.
After the successful campaign meeting, Kenyans went on to praise the Orange Democratic Movement leader saying that he fits to take over President Uhuru Kenyatta after his retirement in 2022. It was projected that if Raila continues with his campaigns, he will eventually beat Ruto in the ballot and be the fifth president of Kenya.
Raila went on to state that he is a close friend to Mt. Kenya people after allegations that he was not in good terms with the leaders. He had also not set foot in the region for a long time with reasons not known. However, with recent developments, it is evident that he is back on track.
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