With around 7 months till the 2022 general elections, United Democratic Alliance associate Gladys Boss Shollei has forecast doom for Raila Odinga's presidency and revealed what awaits him if he succeeds Uhuru Kenyatta as details surface.
Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja Movement has been dubbed a state project by the Uasin Gishu Women Representative ahead of the upcoming election in which Raila Odinga will face Deputy President William Ruto.
Raila is under capture, according to proponents of the hustler's nation, even before he takes government. As a result, to improve their lives, Kenyans must begin caucusing their economic interests.
"To improve Kenyans' lives, we want to start caucusing them around their economic interests. Azimio is a government-funded initiative. Even before he travels to State, we witness Raila being kidnapped." Gladys Shollei expressed her thoughts.
Kenyans, on the other hand, have experienced a range of political reactions as a result of this. Attached is my reaction.
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