Orange Democratic Movement Party has today told Kenyans that its leader Hon Raila Odinga has today received another major boost in his 2022 Presidential Bid. Breaking the news minutes after holding another crucial meeting with People Living with Disabilities, the Raila-Led party has now announced that the group has agreed to support his 2022 Bid ending months of speculation that DP William Ruto had trained some leaders.
"The Mombasa County chapter of the ODM Disability League says it supports PL @RailaOdinga’s bid to become the 5th President of Kenya. At a meeting held in Msa, they urged the party to consider PWDs in leadership positions. Mvita MP @A_S_Nassir attended the meeting," ODM Party Said.
Elsewhere, Kiharu Member of Parliament Hon Ndidi Nyoro, Muranga Counterpart Hon Irungu Kanata among others have now claimed that Raila Odinga should look for other ways to impress Kenyans especially in his Nyanza region.
Speaking during the Migori trip, Hon Kangata has now claimed that its indeed sad and unfortunate that Raila has now been misled by Uhuru but still thinks things will work.
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