Photo Courtesy Google :Raila addresses a rally
Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga has received a major boost in his camp ahead of the 2022 General elections. It is reported that a total of 30 Governors have endorsed Raila's 2022 presidential bid.
The Governors are said to have accompanied former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to Naivasha for an Azimio La Umoja Consultative meeting.
This is a huge boost for Raila since the Governors may help him win votes from different counties. The list of Governors who have endorsed Railas presidential bid include Governor Wycliff Oparanya, Charity Ngilu, Lee Kinyanjui, Governor Ongwae, Kiraitu Murungi, Kivutha Kibwana, Alfred Mutua amomg other Governors.
During the press address one of the Governors;Kivutha Kibwana said that he had dropped his presidential bid to support Raila Odinga to win the polls since he has got still some time to view for the seat in the coming years.
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