It is true that former prime minister Raila Odinga might end up being the best president Kenya never had even after several a failed attempts to cling to power.
Despite being loved and voted in by many,if he goes like this I can say boldly without fear of contradiction that he doesn't stand a chance to win the presidency come 2022.
It is sad to see him getting carried away by the huge crowd that show up during his rally today in Githurai,a thing that is not strange to him even in past campaigns which saw him lose severally.
All his supporters have today caused traffic online celebrating how he managed to pull mammoth crowds today in Mt Kenya,happy that he is getting accepted in the region.
Being one of the leaders to have spent the longest time in kenyan politics, Raila should focus on what really matters as pulling huge crowds has proven him wrong severally.
It has happened before that majority of the politicians who command crowds during campaign rallies end up being frustrated by the number of votes upon election as they don't match with the crowds.
Raila should have known that not everybody cheering you loudly on rallies will necessarily vote you in since most come either to see you or get the tokens you give on such occasions.
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