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Following an early campaign which so rude to enter the western region his move has assured the Western supporters that he is better suited for 2022 presidency.
A member of the United democratic alliance party openly praised William ruto in public as he told supporters raila odinga will lose terribly in the coming elections.
A father accused ODM leader of breaking the bond between deputy president William ruto and the President of Kenya Uhuru kenyatta.
Deeper into his speech Barassa informed that trailer if defeated in 2022 should retire safely from Kenyan politics other than causing chaos and disruptions by holding demonstrations.
This political utterances now dubbed a cliche after the chest thumping of the UDA party openly expressing their much awaited victory has become a common phenomenon in Kenya.
What are your thoughts concerning the sentiments this leader, will Raila stand a chance in 2022?
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