The country has today woken up to an interesting allegation where Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has been alleged to be planning to endorse CS Matiang'i as his choice ahead of the 2022 Elections.
The move has elicited mixed reactions across the political divide since many people have been believing that Raila might attempt another stab at the presidency.
ODM's Chairman John Mbadi has finally reacted to the latest development and has set the record straight as far as the allegations are concerned.
Speaking to the Star, Mbadi has admitted that indeed Fred Matiang'i is a leader to watch as far the 2022 Elections are concerned due to the great role he has been playing in the country.
However, Mbadi has dismissed the claims that Raila could be planning to make him his succesor by stating that he is currently not informed on such plans.
According to Mbadi, if at all such a decision will be made then everyone will be informed.
This is coming at a time Raila and Ruto have intensify attacks on each other with many convinced that the two leaders might face off in 2022.
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