Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga has today left Kenyans in shock after revealing a shocker statement to Kenyans ahead of 2022 general elections. Raila Odinga who is still in CS Fred Matiang'i's bedroom delivered a shocker message to Kenyans where he alleged that he was ready to support CS Fred Matiang'i's presidential bid.
The message from ODM party leader Raila caused uproar on social media platforms where Kenyans angrily reacted to him claiming that he is now no longer recognizing OKA principals and the agreement they made. According to recent reports, Raila Odinga stated that they will support one leader from OKA and now he is sounding different.
As a result of Raila's message, Kenyans questioned him on what happened that he didn't support CS Fred Matiang'i's presidential bid? Below are their bitter reactions from Facebook platform;
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