The long awaited Azimio la Umoja meeting at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi is approaching. All Kenyans are anxious about what Raila will tell his supporters. Some are guessing that he might support someone else and declare that he will not vie. The event is set to take place on 10th of this month.
It is for that reason that political analyst professor Herman Manyora has decided to open up on the same. Manyora went ahead and predicted a great surprise that Raila might give his followers.
According to Manyora, Raila is likely to name Nakuru county governor honourable Lee Kinyanjui as his running. That that will come as a surprise to many since most people were hoping for Peter Kenneth or honourable Martha Karua.
Manyora added that if Raila does so, it will be a boost to him. This is because Kinyanjui is a young and vibrant man who will help Raila gather support from many Kenyans. He told Kenyans that they should not expect Raila to declare that he is not vying since that cannot happen.
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