Raila Odinga, the former prime minister of Kenya as well as the current leader of the opposition is one of the politicians in the country who are expected to vie for presidency. Raila is expected to face the deputy president of Kenya Dr William Ruto who is regarded to be is main political opponent.
Now, today, one of the Powerful governors from the Riftvalley province has come out to say that he feels that he together with his people will be safe under Raila Odinga's hands. This governor is none other than hon Lee Kinyanjui, the current governor of Nakuru county.
As reported by the People's daily, hon Kinyanjui have said that he feels safer under Raila Odinga than other leader. "Lee stated that for him and his people, they are safer under a Raila Odinga presidency." Said The People's Daily. This means that Mr Kinyanjui feels is of an idea that Raila Odinga is the best person to lead this country.
Now, what is your view on this statement by hon Kinyanjui?, Do you think that we will be safer under Raila Odinga than William Ruto? Drop your view.
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