Kenyans politics is getting heated with each passing day. Top politicians the likes of William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi and Raila Odinga all want to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta when his term comes to an end next year. Each of them is doing what it takes to seek support from local political blocks in their ambitions of becoming the next head of state.
Raila Odinga should be Worried of His presidential bid should he wait for president Uhuru Kenyatta's endorsement. This comes after the Jubilee candidate for Kiambaa, Kariri Njamba lost the decisive mini polls to UDA. It is not only in Kiambaa where Uhuru endorsed candidate lost an election. Uhuru endorsed McDonald Mariga for kibera MP, Susan Waititu for Juja MP, Zebedeo John Opore for Bonchari MP, Omar Boga for msambweni MP and Francis Njoroge for Nakuru London ward MCA but they all lost. From this short statistic, Raila Odinga might get endorsed by the president since they are keen on working together and even forming a coalition with the former Prime Minister.
A section of Kenyans still think president Uhuru Kenyatta might be playing mind games with the former Prime Minister but politics is always uncertain. Do you think Raila Odinga should be Worried of His 2022 Presidential Ambitions Should President Uhuru Kenyatta Endorse Him? Leave your opinion below.
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