The Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Honorable Raila Odinga's acceptance in the vote rich Mount Kenya region was greatly boosted by the famous handshake with the President Uhuru Kenyatta in March 2018.
Raila Odinga has been successful to hold meetings with influential members of the GEMA communities such as the business people, political leaders, elite groups and other opinion leaders as far as the next year's general elections is concerned.
For a long period in the history of Kenya's politics, the Handshake philosophy changed the mentality of millions of Kenyans for the possibility of the Luo and Kikuyu tribes working together for the sake of the country's piece.
Kabando Wa Kabando, a politician from Mt Kenya has finally spilled the beans what the GEMA leaders had told the Mt Kenya residents against Raila Odinga so that he can't be voted as the Kenya's President. Kabando has been seen to be one of the greatest supporter of Raila's 2022 presidential bid.
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