Raila Odinga has continue to gain momentum with most powerful leaders joins his presidential bid.
Raila Odinga has declare his presidential bid where he enjoys massive support of the president and the government.
Today, another top presidential candidate has come to join forces with Raila Odinga where he has dropped his presidential bid.
Makueni County governor Kibutha Kibuana has come out to break silence on his presidential bid. The ailing governor has said he has dropped his presidential bid to support Raila Odinga's presidential bid.
Today, he was among the governors who endorsed Raila Odinga while in coastal Kenya. Odinga was endorsed with more than 30 governors who have built their trust in the Azimio La Umoja of Raila Odinga.
In his official page,Kibutha said, "As governor's, we have decided to support Raila Odinga as the presidential candidate for Azimio La Umoja. Raila is the father of devolution and as the president, he will protect devolution.
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