Monday morning saw Raila Odinga hosted by close to four governors who supported the Jubilee formation in 2017 leading to the reelection of the Jubilee government under the leadership of Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto. The meeting coming at a time when the region continues to face major challenges with UDA seemingly winning over the hearts of many.
The governors who were led by Kiambu top leader James Nyoro and Governor Kimemia are keen on ensuring that they block the presidency of William Ruto who is slowly making inroads in the greater mount Kenya region which bis Uhuru’s backyard.
Of importance to note is the absence of Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru who is still juggling which party to join and defend her seat from other Ruto allied politicians. As things stand she is contemplating joining the hustler movement which is being led by William Ruto. Do you think the governors will offer Raila the much-needed votes? React below.
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