As political temperatures continue to rise in Kenya, the two political bigwigs Raila Odinga and William Ruto are trying hard to ensure they are gaining more popularity day by day.The two are traversing the country to ensure they gather more votes ahead of 2022 general elections.
Today, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) ally John Mbadi has admitted that, if elections were to be held today in Kenya, Ruto will win without second run. He is saying, this is so , because Ruto has planned his campaigns very well and his group is well organized.
He deputy president up to now has made over 200 rallies in less than 2 months selling his bottom-up economic model and youth empowerment across the nation.
Mbadi who has in recent times not been seen in Raila's campaigns has asked his fellow ODM brigades to wake up, cooperate in order curb the growing influence from the deputy President William Ruto.
He added that the ODM camp still has enough time to change tables,but if thier campaign tactics are not changed, they should not expect positive results.
Mbadi is arguing that this was seen during Raila's meeting at the coastal region where, majority of coastal governors skipped the rallies. He is advising the former prime minister to take a precaution and look into what is happening on the ground at the coastal region and other areas if you want to win.
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