Raila has continued in search of votes in mt. Kenya region and he has already received positive results. This is after mt Kenya business people led by Joe Kibe, former equity chairman Peter Munga,Citizen chairman S.K Macharia and Dr. Nyamu Njoka agreed to support Raila's bid for the presidential seat.
Mt Kenya business people have in the past elections rally behind Mwai Kibaki and Uhuru's elections. They decided to support him since he is the only one fit to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Raila has also got support of 4 governors from Mt Kenya which include James Nyoro, Lee Kinyanjui, Nderitu Muriithi and Francis Kimemia. They all promised to mobilize the region in support of Raila Odinga.
In Serena hotel Raila met with legislatures from Jubilee and ODM so as to chant the way forward. In attendance was Lari mp Jonah Mburu who was supporting William Ruto.
Raila has made a very huge progress since he started visiting Mt. Kenya region. Only time will tell if he will win the election come next year.
Let peace prevail as we get towards election year. Remember to stay safe and wear masks in public places.
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