Raila odinga courtesy Facebook
The former Dagoretti North Parliamentary aspirant was reacting over the move by top Mt Kenya businessmen and politicians to endorse Raila Odinga for 2022 top seat.
According to the politician, the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader will likely not to enjoy his presidency if he wins the coming election.
He argued that the business tycoons and politician from Mt Kenya who are now pushing for his presidency are likely to dictate to him how to run the government.
He said this will make Odinga not run his own government as per his wishes futher pointing out that it will Odinga's One and only term as the country's president.
"As is, RAILA ODINGA should realise that these "endorsements" from Mt. Kenya businessmen and politicians will prove to be regrettable if elected President. Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga in his first and only term will not run his own government. Baba Aambiwe Ukweli..." he tweeted.
Politician Kiigen Koech courtesy Twitter
Following the March 2018 handshake between him and president Uhuru Kenyatta, Odinga has managed to penetrate into vote rich Mt Kenya region where it was believed to be One of deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto's stronghold ahead of 2022.
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