As 2022 general election draws closer political leaders are moving across the country to look for support. Today former prime minister Raila Amolo Odinga is in Meru County where he has continued with his 'Azimio La Umoja' a campaign to unite this country ahead of 2022 general election. Deputy president Dr William Ruto who is a Raila's major competitor is in Lamu county where he has taken his hustler nation campaigns.
Raila is expected to square out with deputy president Dr William Ruto in the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta who is serving his second and final term in the office. The two leaders have been moving around the country to cement their support in grassroot.
Raila Odinga presidential bid was today boosted after Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya stating that its now time for Raila to lead this county. Speaking today in Tharaka Nthi, the powerful cabinet secretary also called upon those who don't believe to join Raila which is the winning team.
"Raila's moment to rule this country has come and it is very clear. Those who are not believing should better come and join us. People who purport to climb the mountain and confidently say they are on top of the mountain, could not realize that they were misled by the wrong guides. Raila has followed the right guides, he is walking with the people who have the touch with the locals," said Peter Munya.
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