Kenyans are going to the general election on August next year. Leaders have experienced interest in various political seats. There are those who are planning to run for the presidential, governortorial, Senatorial, MP and MCA seat. At the top seat, Ruto and Raila are leading other aspirants. In the weekend, Raila Odinga toured the Central region. He addressed residents of Nanyuki, Nyeri, Murang'a and Kiambu county.
Raila surprised many leaders and political analysts by touring the region and pulled large crowd. Most people have said that Raila Odinga has changed a lot for the better. " He has changed for the better; he defended the people back in the day he would hold demonstrations and he is doing the same now that he is partly in government..."Maimuna Mwidau said.
Things are changing in favour of Honourable Raila Odinga. Through the Handshake, the former Prime Minister has toured Central Kenya freely and successfully. The question is, will he be lucky this time? What do you think?
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