The countdown to 2022 polls is getting closer with barely 10 months remaining towards the general elections. This time round, its a battle between the ODM chief and Deputy president William Ruto who were close friends in the 2007 elections but now political rivals with each of them salivating while eyeing the top seat. William Ruto has managed to lure many politicians into his camp from the Mount Kenya region over the past few months. This includes the Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika among many others. This has now made Raila Odinga to try and capture the remaining strong leaders from the region to help him compete favorably with Ruto who is steadily and surely a force to reckon.
While taking to his Facebook page, Robert Also has hinted on the possibility of Raila working with Lee Kinyanjui in the 2022 elections as his running mate. This post of Alai's verified social media account has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans who feel that the Nakuru Governor is not a strong man to bring the help needed in Raila's camp. Here are some reactions from Kenyans concerning the same.
After losing Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideoni Moi, Raila is currently working on bringing in more players into the ODM party to from a strong team to lead campaings in the 2022 presidential race. Do you think Lee Kinyanjui is an ideal candidate as Raila's running mate? Drop your comments below.
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