Early this month, Raila Odinga pleaded with Kenyans to announce his future stand on presidency. Raila said on December 9, 2021.He will announce his stand.
However, Hon. Chris Wamalwa has detailed on Raila Presidency alleging that it is obvious for Raila Odinga to vie for the presidency in the 2022.
According to Hon. Wamalwa, when the ODM party called for applicants to apply for party tickets, Raila never applied for the ticket case that might assure Raila's presidency.
Wamalwa has, however, laughed off the promise by Raila Odinga to gift all unemployed Kenyans a stipend money amounting to cash. 6000 monthly.
Wamalwa said how would they get cash 6,000 stipend money for all unemployed Kenyans if the current regime struggles to get cash 2000 for the elderly women.
"It is obvious that Raila Odinga will run for presidency. When ODM invited applicants for the presidency ticket, he never even applied... We need to be told how the Ksh 6000 to every household is going to be possible because even the Ksh 2000 stipend to the elderly has been a struggle," Wamalwa said.
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