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Raila's Promise To Kenyans Amid Quest For Kenyatta's Successor That Has Left Everyone Talking


As the race to statehouse takes shape among aspirants, even though Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission Chairman Wafula Chebukati is yet to declare the political seats vacant, ODM leader Raila Odinga has continued to drum enough political mass to muscle out rivals come next election.

Speaking to group of University of Nairobi Students on Tuesday, the ODM leader promised to resign on failure to deliver if elected as the President to Succeed Uhuru Kenyatta soon Jubilee tenure ends.


According to Daily nation publication, In remark to confirm his resolve to contest for Presidency for the fifth time, the former Prime Minister said, he would follow the footstep of founding Tanzania President Nyerere and quit for not delivering on his pledges.

Odinga, the perceived Kenyatta's successor discredited Ruto's bottoms up policy with his Kazi ni Kazi slogan, terming it a an attempt to hold back the youths from attaining full potential in digital era.


"I want to prepare Kenyan youths for jobs of the future, not of yesterday. I want to focus on youths on where the world is going , not where it is coming from." He said among the pledges.

However, his pledge to resign has cited Kenyans to mixed of reaction, among them to have reacted in the matter is Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi who termed the sentiments as hilarious. Courtesy

Others also said, the ODM leader should now hang his political boots for new regime of leadership. Reaction as attached;

Allan: Raila Odinga really wants to retire, the Mzee is tired but their are politicians who have benefited very well from the ODM leader and are now ready offer support for Raila so he doesn't retire.

Brown: Impossible, na vile amemezea hiyo Kiti for long period of time alafu atoke juu ya failure.

Kinyanjui: He is becoming a comedian at his age.


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