Raila Amollo Odinga has sealed a new covenant with the Uhuru's cabinet secretaries as they vowed to support him in his 2022 presidential ambitions. While speaking in Nyamira county today, the former prime minister Raila Odinga received a huge boost in his 2022 presidential ambitions after Uhuru's cabinet secretaries led by Fred Matiang’i, Mutahi Kagwe officially agreed to support Mr Odinga fully in the upcoming polls.
While addressing the charged crowd who shouted at Raila Odinga with praises, Fred Matiang’i and other cabinet secretaries rooted a strong ground for Raila Amollo Odinga as he promises that he won't be intimidated by the cold threats by the deputy president William Samoei Ruto.
They unapologetic cabinet secretaries vowed to support Odinga fully in his presidential ambitions as they vowed to Mr Odinga to leave Ruto alone so that they can deal with him for his lack of respect to him.
In addition to that, the three added that they don't fear the deputy president William Ruto as they sealed the covenant with Mr Odinga as their vow to support him physically to save the future of Kenyans.
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