Photo: Raila Odinga
Renowned political analyst James Mithika in his detailed research says soon Raila will be Mt.Kenya region Supremo and will succeed in reducing Ruto's popularity close to zero level depicted by recent analysis.
Explaining his findings,James Mithika said Raila is receiving endorsements from top political bigwigs in government especially in Mt.Kenya region.
The support goes all the way to elders,Mt.Kenya mafia and now all the governors from the region have sided with Odinga.
Raila's latest endorsement came from governors in Mt.Kenya East region.
"We have agreed to support Raila Odinga as the next President of Kenya,"they said in a declaration read by former Tigania West Mp Kilemi Mwiria in Chuka
His observation comes at a time Dp Ruto has declared himself Mt.Kenya region Supremo and politicians who want support from the region should reach out to him.
According to recent poll results,Ruto leads in the region with over 50%, Raila trailing him with less than 30%.
Raila's support has however increased in the region based on the support he is receiving from area leaders allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta who have gone miles ahead to form groups that will steer Raila's campaigns.
Mt.Kenya focus group and Ushindi Kenya Network are some of the factions that have been formed to consolidate Raila's support in the vote-rich region.
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