The orange Democratic movement party leader and presidential hopeful Raila Odinga might be a happy man right now wherever he is as another governor from mount Kenya Region decamps to support his azimio la umoja agenda.
According to Mzalendo Mzalendo on his Facebook page,he has posted a billboard with the photos of tharaka nithi county governor Hon. Muthoni Njuki and that of opposition leader Raila Odinga on it. The message on the billboard said that whether he looses the seat or not,the ODM chief will be his president.
"Baba Raila Odinga deep in mount Kenya. This is in chuka tharaka nithi county. The Stronghold," Mzalendo Mzalendo captioned the photo.
"Raila is my president 2022 whether I win or not," the billboard read.
With the support of tharaka nithi county governor,it means that Raila is now three quarters up the mountain as tharaka nithi is on of the counties with highest number of voters in the region and this is really a huge boost.
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