Presidential race is getting hotter and politics are becoming tough as we head the electioneering period. Majority of Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections after president Uhuru Kenyatta leaves the office. Both Deputy president William Ruto and Hon Raila Odinga have the interest of taking the top job.
Majority of leaders are regrouping to unite ahead of 2022 with most of them going to grassroots. Former ODM Party Secretary General Ababu Namwamba has been making milestones in Busia County. Ababu Namwamba has been moving in Busia County making projects and even bringing in foreign investors. Ababu Namwamba has broken silence after president Uhuru Kenyatta speech and sent out this message. According to him, Ababu Namwamba has been working hard and trying to reuniting lower Luo Nyanza and Busia County. These is good news for Hon. Raila Odinga since Ababu Namwamba is among the most influential political leaders in Busia County. With Ababu Namwamba making a come back 2022 is getting messy and ugly.
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