As race to States House intensifies with Presidential aspirants moving around the country to drumming support for their candidature, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has now hint on supporting ODM leader Raila Odinga Presidential bid come next election.
Speaking at late night Interview with Citizen TV, Governor Kinyanjui who admits never to have voted in the directions of the former Prime Minister in previous elections informed, after seeing how things are going, he feel inclined to go that direction.
However, since political process involves seeing what will be there for the for his region on table from Raila's presidency will dictate his decision to support his 5th presidential bid.
"As an individual, I have said that I have never voted in direction of the former prime ministers but after seeing what I have seen, I feel inclined to go to that direction. But political process involves seeing what will be there for us on top of table." Governor Kinyanjui said.
His remarks flows barely after Raila meeting with Mount Kenya foundation among them Equity Billionaire Peter Munga, Royal Media Service Boss S. K Macharia and section of Mount Kenya politician at Safari Hotels amid hunt for the rich in vote support where, he will face off UDA associate William Ruto, ANC Mudavadi among other for the top seat soon Uhuru Kenyatta retires.
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