Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has now received some bad news concerning his 2022 Presidential Bid and the Mt Kenya region politics at large. This is after another Jubilee Elected Member of Parliament Hon Alice Muthoni Wahome has now come out claiming that over 85 percent of the Mt Kenya votes belong to Deputy President William Ruto, adding that fact can't be undone.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with K24 Tv on Tuesday night, the Jubilee Legislature has now claimed that the ongoing and loud silence as far as Raila's 2022 Presidential attempt is concerned has made the region to fully back the hustler nation leader who has severally made inroads into the region.
"85% of Mount Kenya votes is already decided already, the electability of William Ruto was decided. These other people are coming late.
"I can tell you without any fear of contraction, that the mount Kenya vote now, 85% is already decided," Wahome Said.
But then, Alice Wahome's claims comes against the backdrop of claims that senior President Uhuru's allies have allegedly made a u-turn regarding Raila's Presidential bid as well as the anticipated Jubilee-ODM merger.
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