The former prime minister Raila Odinga has left residents of Murang'a and Kangare in huge jubilations as he clearly reveals his move in the forthcoming presidential election. As he was travelling back from the Church where he attended the church service, he was stopped by happily Kangare residents who demanded him to address them.
In his senttiments as he was talking to them, Raila Odinga revealed to them that the future is actually luminous and very bright and he also gave them one condition.
Raila Odinga said that everything will be fine if and only if Kenyans make the right choice in the 2022 general election. His sweet words left Netizens talking as they continue singing "baba" saying that they belong to him and with surity they will support him as president Uhuru Kenyatta's successor.
By saying such words Raila was only trying to tell them that they should support him become the president despite the UDA leader's effort to win the heart of voters from the region.
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