Top Lawyer has made it clear that the former premier Raila Odinga has lost support in Coast region and he is only left with Mombasa County which is divided as well. He is clear, Odinga support in the coast region has gone down and he is losing the August 9th polls.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/ahmednasirlaw/status/1539851621542371329?s=20&t=cU0AApxVS7gm-Fumyh3K_A
The former premier Raila Odinga according to lawyer Ahmednasir is losing the coast region to UDA party and going into the August 9th polls he is likely to lose it all. He is clear that at the moment Raila support is going down ruthlessly for reasons that are not yet clear.
Ahmednasir is confident that Raila's support is going down despite misleading opinion polls showing he is in the lead. It's obvious, Raila Odinga has before been in the lead in Coast region trying hard to win the support of Kenyans and more so trying to maintain the Coast region.
The lawyer has been clear that at the moment Raila's support especially in his key strongholds are only dropping. Whether most of the Coast region counties will support William Ruto as alleged by the lawyer, let's wait and see for it's a fact we clearly live in very interesting political times.
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