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Raila Receives a Huge Boost to His Presidential Dream as a Team of Professions Praises Him And Uhuru

Orange Democratic Movement Leader Raila Odinga has received a huge boost to his State House dream after a section of leaders from Isiolo, Tana River and Marsabit vowed to support Raila Presidency come the highly anticipated 2022 general elections.

On Thursday, October 21, 2021 a team of Profession as featured by the Standard publication, confirmed that Raila has heavily contributed to the National development, unity and partnership with President Uhuru Kenyatta, the profession felt has brought Kenyans together.

According to the emerging reports, the team is reported to have been lured by Raila`s political aegis, ‘Azimio la Umoja’ against Deputy President William Ruto`s bottom-up approach that is more focused on the hustler narratives. 

While speaking on KTN while addressing the Press, their chairman Dr. Turga Jirmo, confirmed that the team of profession was ready to walk with the Former Prime Minister until the latter cling to power come 2022 polls.

“Tim-Azimio and the entire community in our region resonate very well with Azimio la Umoja,” confirmed Dr. Jirmo.

The chairman told the Press that Raila, has a truck record of developments as it was seen during the resign of the Former and then President Mwai Kibaki, where, Dr. Jirmo argued that Raila played a central part in the infrastructural developments.

“The development record is a clear manifest that Raila and President Kenyatta have built rapport and trust. They have earned our political support. In the coming election, we look forward to this continuity and completion of pending projects and initiation of more. The only person we believe can deliver is Raila,” the professionals said.

They further proposed some of the key issues that they want Raila develops should he take power after the 2022 general elections.

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