2022 presidential election is at the door step. Political heat continues to rise and different stake holders continue to come up with various strategies to try and get something good out of the 2022 polls.
Raila Odinga is among the people who are preparing to participate in the most competitive position in the next years elections.
However, his presidential ambitions are not smooth as someone could imagine. There are some political potholes in his journey to presidency.
Some of such obstacles include, trying to solicit support from other NASA leaders. Leaders such as Kalonzo and Musalia Mudavadi have already distanced themselves from Supporting Raila odinga. They say they need support from Raila This time round.
Mwingi Central MP has asked Raila to hounour their NASA agreement and Support Kalonzo for presidency come 2022.
He says that Raila was supported by his fellow NASA principals and it time he should return back the favour they gave him.
This can be a setback in Raila's quest for power in 2022.
What is your opinion on What Mwingi Central Mp has asserted?
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