Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader Raila Odinga has been speculated to be the most favourite individual who president Uhuru Kenyatta will shower his blessings to as he heads for a retirement.
However, the former prime minister has cut links with the head of State, denying allegations looming around that he is the president's project. According to Citizen Tv reports, Mr Odinga has allegged that he will be clearing the air soon on wether he will be on the ballot or not for 2022 general elections, despite all odds being that he will be deputy President William Ruto's bitter rival.
Raila is however proceeding with 2022 campaigns, calling Kenyans to support his bid as he promises to lead the Nation to his allegged promised land 'canaan' while convincing them not to buy the second in command's bottom up economic model agenda, calling it a blackmail to Kenyans who are suffering out there due to corruption and joblessness.
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