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Good News For Raila Odinga Ahead Of 2022 Elections As New Details Emerges From Mt Kenya

Because of what is happening on Mount Kenya, Deputy President William Ruto has reason to be concerned as the year 2022 approaches.

While political analysts believe the DP will receive complete support from the mountain in order to have a better chance of winning the presidency in 2022, new reports indicate that the situation is gradually changing.

It has now been revealed that youths have joined many groups, including "warembo a Raila," "Baba diehards," and many others, to campaign for ODM leader Raila Odinga door-to-door.

According to The Star, group leaders Anthony Kuruma, Petra Njeri, Joseph Kamau, and Laban Macharia have vowed to debunk the poison that Tangatanga has planted in people's minds about Raila.

"At the top, we want to have a structure with a representative from each county." Those are the people who will lead troops in selling the Baba agenda, according to Kuruma.

They also intend to shift from a door-to-door strategy to organizing rallies and reaching out to the general public.

"We've only just begun. "As time goes on, we hope to reach out to more people through open rallies, church meetings, town hall meetings, and any other public gathering," Kuruma said.

The leaders stated that the groups are not being paid to promote Raila in the region, but rather because they believe in his ideologies.

"I must emphasize that we are doing this out of the goodness of our hearts, and we are only volunteering." We have farmers, women, and students, each with their own strategy for winning and persuading people to vote for Raila," he added.

According to them, Raila has received votes in the region, but he has never campaigned there or simply posted a poster.

They believe that if his name is properly promoted, Baba will receive a large number of votes.

"He got those votes despite the fact that he didn't have a poster, a campaign team, or a rally in Mt Kenya." "This time, we'll get more votes than last time because we'll be better prepared," Kuruma assured.

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