ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has now raided the camp of Deputy President Willam Ruto's Rift Valley region ahead of the upcoming 2022 polls even as fresh and confirmed reports indicate that another senior and powerful political leader has agreed to support his 2022 Presidential Bid.According to the news by the Monday's star newspaper, KANU Party Leader Hon Gideon Moi is reported to have agreed to fully commit himself to campaign for the former Prime Minister in the Rift Valley region via a move that Political experts have argued will have complicated Ruto's 2022 Bid over reports that Moi enjoys Massive following in the North Rift Valley region which has approximate 2 million votes.
At the same time, ODM Party ally Hon John Mbadi while speaking to the media a few hours ago has now reported that Raila will be hitting the ground anytime from this week on Wednesday where he will be selling his Azimio la Umoja.
“We are determined in our quest to succeed Uhuru. Our first assignment is to consolidate the Rift Valley region. We have a plan in place. Watch this space,” Nick Salat, the Kanu secretary-general, Said.
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