2022 general elections are coming with speed and tension is building across the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022. With electioneering days around the Corner, Hon. Raila Odinga is looking for clean path to his presidential ambitions.
Details have emerged that back in 2007 Hon. Raila Odinga received blessings from Chelagat Mutai. When Raila received the blessing he ended up becoming the prime minister. Section of Kenyans have also reacted stating that Raila's blessing from Mukami should not be taken lightly. Raila Odinga was blessed using a feast because according to Kikuyu an elderly cannot bless another elderly person.
"Yani some youths here are fools total fools to be honest.The same Ruto promising youths jobs and goodies when he becomes president 'if he will'is the same person promising them jobs and goodies for the third time.For the past 9yrs youth have been crying and still want to cry more. Only Raila Odinga can save this country."
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