Kenya's next President has been named as fresh details emerge of what he offered President Uhuru Kenyatta in the last 3 years.
Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee Chair Jeremiah Kioni has disclosed that come 2022 Kenyans should expect former Prime Minister Raila Odinga as their next President of the Republic saying that he has proven to ensure the country is safe in his hands.
Speaking on Facebook, Jeremiah Kioni has informed that when the country was headed in turmoil signaling post-election violence, Raila Odinga was brave to approach President Uhuru Kenyatta in a request for nothing and agreed that there comes a time when a nation is more important than an individual.
The Ndaragwa MP has said that when Raila Odinga agreed to enter into a handshake with President Uhuru, he was aimed at ensuring that the government has a room full of tranquility to deliver its manifesto expanding that Raila Odinga did not request any favor in return for his pact.
Kioni has said that through the Azimio la Umoja drive being spearheaded by the ODM leader, Kenya will be safe going forward stating that the person who people saw as a bad person has turned into a good person who can be trusted with the country.
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