Since Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta came together through the handshake, one thing was made clear. That thing was that there should be no 2022 politics in the picture. They resolved to focus on only uniting this nation and developing it instead of talking or campaigns for the coming election.
For that reason, ODM party leader Raila Odinga has been focusing on the BBI instead of campaigning for Presidency. It is a move that has been raising temperatures high, causing anxiety, speculations and questions on whether the former Prime Minister will go for the top seat or not.
Today, Kenyans have woken up to news that answers all their questions thus lowering the temperatures and clearing all the speculations. That comes after the Standard newspaper reporting that Raila Odinga submitted his application for the top ticket in his ODM party.
With that information, it is quite clear, 'Baba'is not yet tired. He will be going for it all and after getting a few days resting, he is now ready to take the Nation by a storm. So the question is, do you think Raila should go for the top seat like he has done or he should drop and support another person?
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