2022 is also known as the turning point of the political paradigm of Kenya.This is the time Kenyans will rightly exploit their democratic rights of electing their leaders,as enshrined in Kenyan constitution.
Presidential post is one of the hotly contested race eyed by most individuals,so far a number of individuals have expressed their bid for the seat.
Though the race has turned out to look like two horse race,that is between Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto.
It seems like Orange Democratic Movement party (ODM).Is currently gaining more momentum as leaders from various regions vows to maintain their loyalty for the party.
This was concurrently envisaged by leaders from Tana River who vowed to work very closely with the party to ensure its rejuvenation.
Leaders talked about this while on a delegate meeting held in Hola town and was promptly chaired by Ms.Catherine Muma alongside,Dr.Dhadhi Godhana,Mr Adam Dhidha and Mama Alfelt Abio.
"ODM leaders in Tana River have agreed to work together in the interest of the party ,a delegates meeting held in Hola town chaired by NEB chair Ms.Catherine Mumma..."
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