Today, ODM party leader Raila Odinga had a meeting with atleast thirty governors. The meeting attracted the public eye basing on thr fact that we are heading to August elections. Several politicians reacted on the same, some were happy while others were not happy.
The latest person to speak on the issue is Elgeiyo Marakwet senator honourable Kipchumba Murkomen. Murkomen hilariously reacted on the issue. According to him, thirty five governors met Raila Odinga and twelve gave their apologies.
The governors in unison agreed that they will support Raila. Kitui governor Charity Ngilu said that she will do all it takes to make sure that Raila takes the country's top seat. On the other hand, Kivutha Kibwana dropped his presidential bid to support Raila.
The meeting will boost Raila's presidential bid since they will help him reach residents from different counties. They also took time to criticize deputy president William Ruto's hustler narrative.
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