As 2022 election is coming nearer, politicians have began mobilising for their supports with a sole aim of occupying top leadership positions.
Politics is like a football game whereby each aspirant has his own die hard followers. Fans usually makes predictions of what might happen after an event let say a match or an election. There are those predictions which comes true especially for those who know how to do it well.
Celebrated Political Strategist Solomon Kuria while being interviewed at local TV station informed that the ODM leader Raila Odinga was strategically placed to win the 2022 election inspite of the prevailing situations.
" If elections are held today, with or without deep state, Raila would be the president. This is because Raila has never been a conversation in Mt Kenya Region," Renowned Political Analyst has said via TV47.
Kuria claims that Raila doesn't need any endorsement from the government to secure an overwhelming success in the upcoming election.
Raila has contested for presidential election for 4 continuous times without any success. This will be his firth time on the presidential ballot box. In 2017 general election, he was the running up after President Uhuru defeated him.
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