Former prime minister Raila Odinga in one of his national campaigns promised a political tsunami warning his competitors that he will sweep all votes in the republic. According to Raila, his political legacy is well defined in Kenya and does not need to remind Kenyans on what he is capable of doing.
In effect to his promise, Raila has announced his plan to traverse throughout the country to trigger a political tsunami. Intel has it that Mr Odinga is planning to tour the larger Nyanza region, western Kenya, Eastern and Northeastern in a bid to cement his political grip of the country.
Raila who recently fell out with his former NASA Coalition principals announced that he will be looking for new friends while maintaining that he can still work with them (Kalonzo, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula).
This is coming at a time when a section of Mt Kenya politicians have given a node to Raila presidency in 2022, and endorsed him saying owing to his handshake with president Kenyatta, peace has reigned Kenya.
Raila is expected to face of with deputy president William Ruto in what is expected to be the tightest of presidential competitions.
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