As we wait for Raila's 2022 presidential bid declaration next month, some of his opposers and critics have argued that it is high time for him to hand over his shoes and head into retirement.
They have argued that the former prime minister has a clean reputation of fighting for the repeal of section 2(A) ( return of multiparty democracy) in 1992. With respect to this, critics have acknowledged his political footprints and humbly asked him to down tools.
Unfortunately to the critics, Raila is not heading into retirement anytime soon from now. This is after he made a humble plea or petition to his supporters.
While speaking to residents of Bunyore in Vihiga this evening, Raila opened up on his plans and retirement. He rubbished the retirement demands and petitioned his supporters/foot soldiers to rise up in large numbers with their guns (votes) and head bravely into battle ( elections) and fight for him ( vote for him).
" Others have been saying that I should head into retirement, but it will not happen anytime soon. I hereby make an appeal to my soldiers to march into battle with their guns ready to fire," he said.
He farther urged residents to register as voters in large numbers to support his bid come 2022.
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