The ODM leader Rt Hon Raila Odinga's 5th stab at the presidential bid has been embraced by many Kenyans as a new dawn in Uhuru Kenyatta's 2022 succession matrix. The Jumbo Azimio La Umoja alliance has assembled several machineries aimed in drumming up support for Baba's State House course.
Having unveiled the first woman as his running mate since Kenya attained independence, several women lobby groups have stood tall with Raila and the Azimio designate Deputy President Hon Martha Karua. Several women across the country have expressed their joy in the likely event that the ODM boss clinches to power after the August elections.
Soon after unveiling Karua as his running mate, campaign posters have been planted across major cities in Kenya to support the Azimio ticket and popularize the dynamic duo. Due to Agwambo's rich past political history, several artists have found perfect word to paint Baba while rooting for his ambitions as the next Head of State.
For instance, one of Raila's diehard supporter Douglas Marigiri has shared a late night photo showing Baba's campaign poster with the words "A president who is not afraid to stand up for you."
Marigiri's post has elicited mixed reactions. Here are some comments below:
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