Raila Odinga spent the mast of his time today in the Mount Kenya region, publicizing his bid for the presidency in 2022. Earlier in the day, the former prime minister met with Mount Kenya governors, who promised to lend him crucial support in his campaign for the president.
Raila Odinga held roadside rallies after the gathering, stopping at various locations to mingle with communities and sell his agenda. Mr. Odinga was greeted with tremendous applause by Mount Kenya inhabitants, contrary to popular belief.
Raila Odinga was astounded by the reaction he received in Githurai. Githurai was a no-go zone for Raila during the 2017 elections, and he was welcomed with stones every time he went there. Today, though, was different.
Raila Odinga confirmed on his official Twitter account that things are considerably different on the ground, implying that, contrary to popular belief, the ground is solidly behind him and ready to vote for him.
Will Raila Odinga be able to accomplish his aim of becoming president in 2022?
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