Political Expert Herman Manyora has claimed that defeating the ODM leader Raila Odinga in the coming 2022 presidential elections might be a hard task for the other presidential aspirants.
Manyora argued that Raila's change of tact from his previous presidential campaigns to engaging influential leaders and respected personalities in Mount Kenya Region might give him an early win next year.
"The Raila who has gone through a lot of challenges and emerged strong is a Raila you cannot convince me that can be beaten in a clean and fair election."
Through his You Tube page on Sunday, the political strategist added that between February and March next year, Raila's presidential bid will be clear that nobody will have the ability to defeat him in the August 9th 2022 polls.
In another video, Manyora had stated that the other presidential aspirants will join either Raila or Deputy President William Ruto since the duo have emerged as the front runners in the race to form the next administration.
He also argued that if Raila maintains his recent political moves, he will have no need of teaming up with the OKA team, but still might clinch the seat.
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