After competing and suffering a big defeat in the presidential race in the 2007 general election, Kalonzo Musyoka decided to support Raila Odinga in the last two general elections but after failing again in those two attempts, the Wiper party leader has been claiming that he will be going again in the presidential race in 2022 poll to try his luck again.
For a period of time now, Raila and Kalonzo's camps have been engaging in a war of words but today, things changed as Raila Odinga was given a big boost after former legislator Farah Maalim made a strong revelation.
While speaking to K24 TV, the former Member of Parliament revealed that the only time in the country when there was smooth delivery of service is during the Raila Odinga and Mwai Kibaki's regime. He went on to say that Kenyans should go back to that regime and as we are speaking, Kibaki is unavailable while Raila is available, meaning that if Kenyans are to go back there, then they should put back Raila Odinga onto power!
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