- The Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo is winning back the masses that had shifted their allegiance to Deputy President William Samoe Ruto.
- This is evident from everywhere he has set his feet trying to woo support for his presidential bid in 2022.
The Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo Odanga is making big strides ahead of the 2022 general election.
As the polls fast approaches, the ODM Chief is leaving nothing to chance.
Odinga was today in Burma and Kamukunji where he he pulled a thunderous crowd. He urged the locals to register as voters in order to realize the economic change.
Taking to Twitter, Odinga insighted: "Kicked off today’s Kanairo tour with stops in Burma and Kamkunji. Our message: #RegisterToVoteNow."
He further promised to create jobs for the youth, creating enabling environment for small and big scale business.
Source brief to opera news details: "Wacha Baba aitwe Baba. Ground has shifted and Baba is winning back masses. Hustler nation should rethink, its not a must to be in the ballot."
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