Babu Owino has come out with a rather interesting theory why ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga will become Kenya's 5th president in 2022. The politician is usually known for his witty slogans and phrases that are usually made to promote Raila and ODM party. While responding to Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi, Babu Owino said that Raila's win is imminent.
Ahmednasir had posted that Raila had lost four elections spanning from 1997 to 2017. He posed to his followers why should it be different in 2022 that Raila Odinga will clinch the presidency. Witty Babu Owino has come out to defend Baba and show Ahmednasir why next year will be like no other.
Babu Owino said that all those years that Raila had ran for top office were odd numbers. According to the lawmaker, odd numbers are associated with devil and that is why Raila did not win. For the first time Raila will be vying in an even year and Babu Owino has conviction that he will win this time round.
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