The next general election slated to take place in 2022 is continuing to arouse lots of debates among leaders and even Kenyans on various platforms.
Politicians eyeing different elective positions in the 2022 general election are continuing to hold a series of strategy meetings to spearhead their bids for the top seat.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader Raila Odinga is determined to firm the next government to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta who will be retiring in 2022.
He has been holding a series of strategy meetings in the recent days to spearhead his 'Azimio La Umoja' campaigns as he seeks to ascend to the top seat.
The Former Prime Minister has this morning, Thursday 23rd September 2021, held a high profile meeting with Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development, David Osiany, at his office in Nairobi.
Hon Osiany has shared a photo of him together with the 2022 presidential hopeful raising lots of speculations among Kenyans of what could be cooking between Raila and the CAS ahead of the 2022 general election.
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