After President Uhuru Kenyatta decided to come together with Raila Odinga through the handshake, a lot has been changing in the country. One of the changes in the field of politics is that Raila Odinga has been gaining a lot of support from President Uhuru Kenyatta's Mt. Kenya backyard.
On their side, Raila's camp feel like if they only get support from Mt. Kenya, then Raila Odinga will be unstoppable in 2022 poll and today, the ODM party leader moved a step closer to the presidential seat after he was endorsed by Dedan Kimathi's widow Mukami Kimathi. According to pictured shared by TV47 Kenya, Raila was down on his knees as he received blessings from the old lady. With such a blessing, Raila will definitely be motivated going for the big seat.
"Raila Odinga visits Mukami Kimathi, widow of freedom fighter Dedan Kimathi. Raila lauded her as an embodiment of Kenya's struggle for independence. Raila petitioned the British Government to compensate descendants of Mau Mai fighters and apologize to their families." Reported TV47 Kenya.
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