Raila Finally Discloses What is Holding Him From Declaring his Candidature
By Politicsnewsman001 | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 0 views
The Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader Raila Odinga has finally bursted out about his chances to appear on the 2022 ballot as he looks forward to make his last stab to presidency.
The former prime minister is currently helping president Uhuru Kenyatta to rally for the support of the building bridges initiative agenda, where he has just confirmed that 24 counties will approve the BBI, pushing it to the next level, with Siaya county leading the line.
According to Citizen Tv reports, Mr Odinga has finally allegged that he will declare if he will be on the ballot or not after tge BBI referendum, which he hinted it will take place in June this year.
The opposition chief is confident to receive president Uhuru kenyatta's support after working with him for the entire second term, despite house competitors who now claim they will run for presidency using ODM ticket.
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