Since declaring his interest in the Presidential seat, Raila Odinga has been campaigning seriously. He has been touring Mt. Kenya region and other regions frequently and selling out his agendas to the people. The good thing is that Raila has been receiving boosts from some leaders in Mt. Kenya region like top Governors, MPs and others.
Apart from those leaders, Mutahi Ngunyi has been popularizing the former Prime Minister while hitting hard at Deputy President William Ruto. Today, Baba received a big boost as another revelation is was made by Mutahi Ngunyi.
Through his official twitter account, Mutahi Ngunyi said that Dr. Gikonyo nailed it when he revealed how Raila helped Kibaki. Ngunyi went on to state that Gikonyo forgot to say that Raila drove Kibaki personally to the hospital after the Machakos accident.
"What Dr Gikonyo did NOT say in this interview was that Raila did not TRUST the AMBULANCE driver that took Kibaki to HOSPITAL after the Machakos Accident. Raila DROVE the AMBULANCE himself. FACT of HISTORY." Tweeted Mutahi Ngunyi.
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