Popular political analyst Herman Manyora has stated that he will be vieng for presidential seat in 2027 if Azimio presidential candidate Raila will not have delivered.
Speaking during political discussion in KTN news Manyora has surprised many after he declared that he will be seeking to replace Raila if he will not perform well.The leader has stated that he was sure that Raila Odinga was going to win August elections and he is supporting his bid.
Manyora has been actually proofing recently that he is supporting Azimio coalition led by Raila Odinga in forming the next government.This has been proof once more by his declaration that he will be seeking to unseat Raila Odinga if he will not have delivered.
Manyora has also made it clear that he is sure that Raila is going to win the August polls.Manyora has been criticising Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto saying that there was no way Ruto will be Kenya's president.
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