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"Baba Tosha" Raila Wins Big In Nakuru After Religious Leaders Made This Declaration

The former Prime Minister and ODM leader Raila Odinga are very keen on his fight to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in the coming 2022 general elections. Odinga has shown much interest to capture the rich Mount Kenya region ahead of the 2022 general elections. Mount Kenya region constitutes half of the Kenyan votes according to the IEBC database.

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Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) leader, Raila Odinga on Saturday for the third time visited Nakuru where he met various religious leaders from the region to sell his "Azimio La Umoja" agenda to the people. The former Prime Minister met Akorino Church leaders at Pelican Golf in Elementaita where he promised to work together with all religious leaders to make sure the Country is freed from economic burdens. Odinga said he has a good plan to unite the country and move the country to achieve the true meaning of liberation.

"I ask all of you to walk with me in the Journey to liberate Kenyans from the yoke of economic burden and social ills bedeviling our Country. I am read to liberate the Country to the third and final liberation, which will ensure Kenyans coexist peacefully, create employment opportunities and reduce the economic burdens," Odinga said.

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Odinga gained much support from the Bishops from the region who hailed him for his fight for liberation in Kenya. Bishop Kariuki pleaded with the Congregants to support Odinga,s 2022 Presidential race.

"We as Akorino church members have seen what you have done for this Country and we will walk with you in this journey," said the Bishop.

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