Just a day ago, Raila Odinga led party, the Orange Democratic Movement party, ejected itself from the National Super Alliance (NASA) after a fallout of its four officials. But the good news to the ODM party is that the Mt Kenya region is backing them.
This was after Nation Africa News revealed that, "President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga will begin joint nationwide tours next week, with their allies saying an offensive against Deputy President William Ruto is underway."
Is this one of the products of the Handshake? Two anticipated agenda of the tour will be to popularize the Building Bridges Initiative bill plan and to advise Kenyans on the vices of Dp Ruto's Hustler Narrative and the bottom-up economy approach.
As general elections are getting closer, many Kenyans are eagerly waiting for President Uhuru Kenyatta to endorse his successor, and so far it is unpredictable. But if President Uhuru Kenyatta will join Raila Odinga for the joint tour next week, odds will favour Raila to be endorsed by Uhuru.
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