Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and his his delegates held a big consultative meeting with Mt Kenya region tycoons at the Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi.
In the meeting, several things were discussed with the main agenda being boosting Raila Odinga's Presidential bid as he is seeking to win over the vote rich region.
However, according to former Transport PS, Mr Nyakera, Raila Odinga made some mistakes which could jeopardise his Presidential bid.
"Baba has now been demystified and looks electable even in Mt Kenya. I also think Baba is not a bad man. But the people selling him don’t mean well for him. They are not in touch with Wanjiku. He should sack them and find new advisers." Mr Nyakera concluded.
This is a major concern that Raila Odinga should look upon and avoid some backlash in the 2022 General elections.
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