ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga has been silent on his next political move with many of his supporters anxiously waiting to hear from the Opposition leader. Ever since he recovered from Covid-19 virus, he has been meeting various political leaders in his Karen home.
The One Kenya Alliance have been adamant that they are best suited to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta whose term is set to end in 2022. DP Ruto on the other hand has been meeting political leaders in a bid to solidify his political base.
@StandardKenya Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga is reportedly working to reunite with National Super Alliance (NASA) co-principals ahead of next year’s General Election.
According to the Standard Newspaper, it seems Raila Odinga has started reuniting with NASA Co-principals who are currently in One Kenya Alliance. The NASA Co-principals who are members of One Kenya Alliance at one time stated that they are ready to work with ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga in forming a like-minded Alliance.
The recent meeting between Raila Odinga, Baringo senator, Gideon Moi and President Uhuru's brother further raised speculations on Raila's next political move.
Raila's political options seems to be narrowing as each day passes by after DP Ruto's allies denied any form of a future alliance with ODM party. They insisted that UDA is better positioned to go for the top seat without being involved with Raila Odinga.
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