Yesterday Raila Odinga made headlines as his efforts to win over the vote rich region bore fruits. He met a group of tycoons who consisted of 15 billionaires and other businessman. The high end ministry was held at Safari Park hotel owner by Kenyatta. After the meeting one of the leaders of the foundation said that they will be meeting the OKA coalition leaders on Friday this week.
The move of keeping Raila Odinga in their plans is to make sure their interests are secured. For him to win the presidential elections the other leaders need back him up. This is why the influential leaders are in a rush to bring Mudavadi and Kalonzo to the picture.
The Friday planned meeting is expected to woo the leaders to support Raila Odinga. Gideon Moi and Moses Wetangula have no problem supporting Raila Odinga. Kalonzo Musyoka seems to be fearing on how to convince his people to once again back the ODM leader.
Musalia Mudavadi is the one standing his ground about his candidature. He has insisted severally that this time round he will not be taken for a fool. If they will be able to make Mudavadi put down his presidential ambitions then they will be victorious.
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