Professor Edward Kisiangani has finally cleared the air on Odinga's magnitude and his possibility of winning the presidential seat without any endorsement from President Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to professor Kisiangani, speaking in one of the national television show (TV47), he promptly reiterated that Odinga's chances of winning the next general election is high, and he does not require any any formal endorsement, on which he was very shocked by the desperation of state to make Odinga president.
"I am sure Raila Odinga would do better without state endorsement...the desperation to make him president is shocking..."
The professor spoke about this, a day after the president speculatively drummed up support for Odinga when he was conferring Nakuru county a status of being the fourth city after Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu.Whereby he promptly urged youths to be very vigilant and selective in terms of making decisions on whom to appoint as their leaders, where he also maintained that leadership is all about brainwork.
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