The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga has been vying for the top seat for quite a while without succeeding. Raila Odinga has been working tirelessly to unite all Kenyans irrespective of their tribes.
As we approach the next general elections, Raila Odinga's camp has been urging Kenyans to vote him in. However, his history has been a dilemma for most Kenyans.
Today, former Kakamega senator honorable Boni Khalwale has emerged with powerful allegations concerning Raila Odinga. According to Boni Khalwale, any time he opposes Raila's presidential bid he usually won his elections. Boni has also alleged that anytime he support Raila Odinga he has been losing mercilessly.
Boni Khalwale is eyeing the Kakamega gubernatorial seat. The leader has been among the DP Ruto's diehard. He has been steering the recruitment of UDA's members. Boni Khalwale has been alleging that DP Ruto's ambition is unstoppable and he will win the elections next year.
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