Although he has not declared his presidency bid publicly, all actions shows that the former prime minister Raila Odinga is still interested in making a fifth stab to the presidency in 2022 general elections.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) chief is determined to become president Uhuru Kenyatta's heir apparent with deputy president William Ruto seeming to be his stumbling block due to his influence to the youths as and women.
However, the Star has established how the president Uhuru's handshake soulmate is scheming to take on his opponents in 2022. According to an article published on Saturday, it has emerged that Mr Odinga is silently crafting his 2022 lineup that will be taking the country to the promised land should he emerge the choose one.
Makweni governor Kivutha Kibwana has emerged as among the first influential leaders giving a taught to Raila's offer after their latest meeting, where he is now suggesting that Mr Odinga team should lure Kitui and Machakos govenor Charity Ngilu and Alfred Mutua to join the troop too.
Kenyans have reacted towards Raila's silent schemes, talking of how the DP whose line up in not know has a tough task ahead, with other believing he will counter any lineup that Raila will come up with. Here are some reactions from Kenyans on Twitter;
Charity; Ruto ako na Kibarua, imagine if Raila bags Kibwana, Mutua and Ngilu, wakamba wote wako ndani tukisonga.
Chief Hustler: The Hustlers Nation is still unstoppable even if you join One Kenya Alliance!!!.
Kinuthia; 2022 seems to be the toughest elections, but the chief hustlers all the way despite all silent plans by his opposition.
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