Yesterday's remarks by Uhuru Kenyatta in Kibra about Raila Odinga has raised more questions than answers. He hinted at supporting Odm Presidential Candidate hom Raila Odinga in the upcoming general election. Speaking to the residence of Kibra Uhuru alleged that he had a very good working relationship with Raila Odinga and he would wish that this will continue.
Several leaders have reacted to his sentiments claiming that he has clearly shown that he will support Raila Odinga presidential election. According to a renowned political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi uhuru's sentiments are clear indication that he has endorsed Raila Odinga. In his official twitter account Mutahi Ngunyi asked "If this is not an endorsement, then what is it?"Since the famous handshake between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga many have been seeing a possibility of Uhuru backing Odinga after his deputy failed to support the handshake claiming that involvement of Odinga in Jubilee Party administration will ruin it.
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