Oburu Reveals Why Raila Won't Rely On Endorsements Like Others
By DAVIDNTHUA578 | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 3 views
The East African Legislative Assembly Member of Parliament Hon Oburu Odinga has finally broken his much-awaited silence in regards to the 2022 succession politics which have already gained momentum.
Taking to his official Facebook account, the lawmaker through the use of an indirect message to the Kikuyu Nation has reported that Raila Odinga (His brother) has never begged anybody to endorse him because he's a brand that every Kenyan loves to be associated with.
Also, Oburu has called out each and every one who needs to be endorsed for the top seat including Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and William Ruto to Join the ODM Party.
"PM Raila Odinga has NEVER BEGGED anyone to ENDORSE him. He is a brand that every Kenyan want to associate with. Therefore, if ANYONE including Ruto,Mudavadi and Kalonzo wants Raila's support,they should join @TheODMparty and take part in the nominations," Oburu Said.
Yesterday, the Star Newspaper reported that President Uhuru Kenyatta's allies are now banking on Musalia Mudavadi to be Uhuru's successor, and several secret meetings have been conducted in the recent days.
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