With DP Ruto's determination to succeed President Kenyatta in next year's general election, the Kenyan political enigma Raila Odinga's is also determined to help Kenyans cross the Jordan River into the promised land, "Canaan" after the previous attempt conked out. Addressing the people of Murang'a County today in his three days tour to Mount Kenya region, Odinga urges Kenyans not to cast their votes in favor of their tribemates, but instead for change and development.
Odinga who was accorded a heroic welcoming with top leaders from Mount Kenya Counties of Nakuru, Laikipia, Kirinyaga, Kiambu, Nyeri and Muran'a said that the 2030 vision's aim was to extirpate unemployment, which is still a puzzling circumstance in Kenya. He added that three main hindrance of development are sickness, stupidity and poverty.
He also promised to unite Kenyans and to fight poverty and and unemployment which has greatly impended the country's economy.
With the two horses now racing for the state house in 2022 general elections and Kenyans becoming more and more ungullible, all eyes are now on IEBC to deliver a free and fair election to prove who is the real Kenyan's political enigma.
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