As the next general election draws near, different political players are realigning in different camps to form a formidable groups keen to win various political and parliamentary seats.
Today, the ODM party Leader Rt Hon Raila Odinga received a delegation of youths from the vast vote rich Kiambu county and local leaders from Turkana who pledged to support the former premier's urge to unite Kenyans through his much publicized Azimio la Umoja chapter.
In the same depth, there were other notable great politicians; former Uasin Gishu gubernatorial candidate billionaire Buzeki and Raila Junior, who paid a courtesy call to the party's secretary general Edwin Sifuna. However, the details of their closed meeting was not put public to the ever curious Kenyans.
Considering the fact that leaders are decamping to other political factions, it has not been confirmed if the re-known business tycoon Buzeki a constant critic of the Deputy President Dr William Ruto will join the ODM party. It is not yet clear if Raila's son, Raila Junior will follow the footsteps of his father.
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