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"Ata Yeye Alinitusi" Raila Leaks What Uhuru Insulted Him As OKA Locks Kitale Town Ahead of 2022 Poll

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga has received a huge boost in his bid of becoming president Uhuru Kenyatta's successor in 2022.

Raila's two-day tour in Mt Kenya region has tapped drops of endorsement from the key leaders allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta and the entire handshake soldiers. In the resolution presented by Murang'a Women Representative Hon Sabina Chege, Mt Kenya leaders urged the former prime minister to re-consider creating an inclusive government that will see a battery of elected leaders from the mountain occupy some of the key positions in ODM-Jubilee government.

Led by Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga, the handshake legislators vowed to channel fresh strategies that will market and sell Azimio la Umoja agenda to the local people. "We are all certain that Baba is going to be the fith president and we want him to consider creating an inclusive government that will bring all tribes on board. We want to do away with marginalization of regions" Mutahi said.

Azimio la Umoja investor Rt Hon Raila Odinga has however dismissed claims that have allegedly been exposing his inability to climb the mountain. He revealed that the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta has tactfully played a centre role in ensuring that he widely extends the Azimio la Umoja networks in central region.

"I want to confirm to those people who have been peddling rumours and untrue propaganda about my inability to climb the mountain. I have climbed the mountain through my brother Uhuru Kenyatta" Raila stated.

He also revealed the origin of the famous enmity of Raila-Uhuru which ignited political temperatures between Kikuyus and Luos. He hinted that Jubilee party leader Uhuru Kenyatta insulted him "Mwenda Wazimu" (Mad person) and this prompted him (Raila) to respond on the same ugly note.

"Mimi nilitusi Uhuru kwa Sababu yeye pia alisema Mimi ni Mwenda Wazimu, lakini hayo yote yalipita na wakati na sai tunataka tuunganishe wakenya" Raila added.

One Kenya Alliance (OKA) heads have at the same time camped in Western region to drive the agenda of bringing Kenyans into one Unity basket as they promised crack a whip at elected leaders who have allegedly dried the public coffers for their personal demands.

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