Earlier today, Majority leader in National Assembly Amos Kimunya,said that it was unlikely President Uhuru Kenyatta will campaign for Raila in Mt Kenya,as Raila is now popular in the region.Kimunya added that Raila Odinga is capable of doing his own campaigns..
Former Prime Minister Raila informed Mount Kenya leaders assembled for a summit in Kiambu County today that he will now campaign on his own.
Raila has publicly stated throughout his address that he is delivering it because he is President Uhuru Kenyatta's project, as many of his opponents have claimed.
He then urged leaders to collaborate in order to ensure they successfully climbed Mount Kenya, which simply meant gaining the support of the region's people.
"Sasa mimi nitaingia Mount Kenya region, nitafanya siasa pekee yangu. Sitaki mseme Mimi ni Uhuru project. Mpaka tufike nayo kwenye kilele ya mlima Kenya.Tushikane Mikono pamoja, "Raila Odinga, former Prime Minister, stated.
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