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“Raila Might Win This Time After 15 Years,” Big Boost To Raila As Joho Claims Victory (Video)

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) ally and the Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has claimed that Raila Odinga has the possibility of winning the highly anticipated 2022 general elections like never before, adding that, they will stand with him till he clings to the top seat.

While addressing the residents of Mombasa, Joho admitted that they have been supporting Raila`s presidency for the last 15 years all to no breakthrough, hinting out that, this time they have seen a loophole where Raila is going to the next President of Kenya.

Joho who stepped down and dropped his Presidential ambitions using the ODM ticket noted that the debut of Raila into the State House come 2022 general elections will clean and pave the way for Kenya`s youthful leaders who equally wish to be Presidents in the future.

On Saturday, October 23, 2021, while campaigning for Raila, Joho sounded so confident that in the 2022 polls, Raila will show his Presidential counterpart, Deputy President William Ruto, dust, adding that, by the view of things, Raila is currently at the top.

“We have been supporting Raila for the last 15 years but this time, things seem different, the possibility of him winning the seat is so high,” claimed Joho.

He maintained that Raila is the only leader who will make the people of the Coastal region have their space in the 2022 government, dealing a huge blow to DP Ruto whom he alleged is tribal and ungrateful.

On his end, DP Ruto who toured Western Kenya asked Kenyans to turn up in numbers and vote for the Hustler and Bottom-Up approach for a new leadership team he believes will take the office after Uhuru`s term come to an end.

DP Ruto slammed Raila, the Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Amani National Congress Musalia Mudavadi, FORD Kenya leader Moses Wetangula for allegedly going to Uhuru`s doorstep for endorsement.


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