Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga(photo courtesy)
With few days remaining to the long awaited general elections Kenyans and leaders are eagerly waiting to know who will win presidential elections and be swon in as the next president.
Kitui governor , Charity governor has today made a remark on presidency that has left many Kenyans talking.Taking to her verified twitter account , Ngilu has showed her assurance that Raila will win the presidential elections and will be swon in as the fifth president.
Ngilu has urged Raila to carry with him a Bible since he will be swon in anytime.
Kitui governor Charity Ngilu(photo courtesy)
"Baba @RailaOdinga should now carry his Bible everywhere he goes. Kuapishwa ni wakati wowote"Ngilu tweeted.Here , according to Ngilu , Raila is definitely going to win the presidential elections which will take place on Tuesday next week.
Many leaders including incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta have endorsed the former prime minister to become the next president of the republic of Kenya.Even as elections edges , Kenyans are now eagerly waiting to see whether Ngilu's remarks goes through.
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