Ever since the famous handshake came into inception, there has been a collaborative working environment cum partnership between President Kenyatta and the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Much has happened with regards to political alignment and much is still expected to happen even as the 2022 general elections draw nearer.
Raila continues to enjoy maximum support from the incumbent, appearing to have an upper hand in the presidential race that is expected to be hotly contested between him and the Deputy president.
Governance expert Kevin Osido however brings Kenyans to speed as he sheds light on how things are likely to unfold. He talks about the fact that President Kenyatta has never gone for any single rally with Raila to sell him in Mt.Kenya when Raila himself has taken Kenyatta to Nyanza region.
According to him, president Kenyatta ought to be accompanying the former premier to his rallies and especially on the Mt. Kenya region, tell the people how he (Raila) stood with him during difficult times and sell him for the top office in the country.
That said effort will play a fundamental role in ensuring the Mt. Kenya region voting as a block for the ODM leader since Kenyatta is the current region's Kingpin.
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