2022 general election is approaching and each and every aspirants are preparing to start their campaign early to convince kenyans to vote for them.One of the hotly contested seat in kenya is that of president.
Many leaders that include,Raila odinga,william ruto,musalia mudavadi,gedion moi among others wants to succeed president uhuru kenyatta as his term ends next year.But most favourable contesters are william ruto and raila odinga who have been seen having a huge support across the country.
Through a kenyan newspaper,Taifa leo,it reveals that raila odinga is being supported by three sons of former three presidents of kenya.Former president jomo kenyatta's son,uhuru kenyatta who is the president know,supports raila's bid to become kenya's 5th president.
Gedion moi,who is the son of the late Daniel moi who was the second president of kenya,supports raila's bid to become the president of kenya.The last person to support raila is jimmy kibaki who is the son of the third president of kenya mwai kibaki.Here is the photo of the front page of wednesday's newspaper to support this statement;
Do you beleive that if the three supports raila for presidency,Raila will be able to gey enough votes to become president?please give your view.Also remember to follow me for more updates.
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