Interior Cabinet secretary Fred Matiang’i has endorsed a Raila Odinga presidency come 2022. Raila, Matiang’i who were accompanied by other leaders from the Gusii region met in Kisii in what many interpreted to be the beginning of a close working relationship between the two leaders.
“Since the handshake, I have made it clear that I won’t go where the president and former prime minister are not,” Matiang’i said.
Matiang'i said Uhuru and Raila couldn't be disregarded with regards to figuring out who ought to be the following president, and that is the reason he was definitely continuing in their political strides.
The CS further tested the Abagusii people group in nearby vernacular to mobilize behind Raila and backing his bid to turn into the fifth leader of Kenya in the forthcoming races.
"I need to guarantee the Abagusii people group that I am directly in the middle of President Kenyatta and his handshake co-head Raila and I realize my space is in the middle of them," Matiangi said.
The CS additionally uncovered that he has effectively gotten gifts from the Gusii people group to join other public forerunners in expecting the local area's political advantages.
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