Raila's journey to State House has received a major boost after a politician who was aspiring to vie for president surrendered his bid to support Raila. This comes after yesterday's meeting with Coast Region Governors. Raila had a meeting with 5 Governors from coast where they had to discuss the future of ODM.
It's after the meeting that they proceeded to meet the delegates for another meeting. During the meeting, Hassan Joho publicaly declared that he has bowed out of the presidential race to back Raila. However, this came with tough conditions as the people of coast wanted Raila to assure them that they will be well represented in the government. This includes giving them a foreign affairs cabinet posts.
Raila expressed his happiness promising the people of coast that things will not be the same. He told them they have lost several Billions after BBI was declared null and void but promised to keep fighting for it. He promised them of new opportunities and ending political injustices in the country.
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