The royal media boss Sk Macharia continues beating drum for the former prime minister Raila Amolo Odinga for the coming general election 2022.
Sk Macharia speaking at Safari Park this afternoon as the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga met Mt. Kenya business people and leaders, the Royal Media Services boss SK Macharia hailed the Head of state Uhuru Kenyatta for "his love of Kenya" as he expressed his confidence that he'll see into it that the country is left in safe hands once he leaves home next year.
The royal media boss who is a longtime friend of Raila Odinga recalled the events that preceded the March 9th 2018 "handshake" between the Uhuru and Raila, saying that the Head of state deserves a salute or rather an appreciation as he expressed his confidence that Raila will be the right person to succeed him. "He has the mindset of his father, that's the love of this country and him being somebody with a sword went to look for somebody who was meddling around somewhere," Sk Macharia said.
He added that without Head of state going to look for the former prime minister Raila, there would be no unity and peace and that's why we need to salute the President.
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