The ODM communications director Philip Etale has this morning revealed the dream he had last night where he saw a ceremony of Raila Odinga being sworn in as President.
“Last night I had one of the best dreams ever in the recent past. We were in a huge gathering somewhere. People were singing and chanting celebration songs. I can’t remember where that was,” he began.
As the ceremony went on amidst song and dance, a convoy of vehicles began arriving. “People began cheering on wildly, women were shedding tears in joy as the celebration rented the air,” he said.
Etale also pointed that he was among the people on the ‘main dais’. Then “A smartly dressed man walked out, waving at the cheering and overjoyed multitude. It was Raila Amolo Odinga. He was being sworn-in…” he wrote.
At that moment he woke up and prayed so that God can fulfill what he saw in the dream.
“Up to now, it is 07:52, I am still overwhelmed with joy. I hope it will come to fruition,” he concluded.
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