The former Prime Minister is expected to officially declare his 2022 presidential bid on Friday December 10 after he conducted a series of Azimio La Umoja meetings across different regions in the country.
Through his You Tube page on Saturday, Manyora dismissed claims that Raila might pull a surprise by endorsing one of the other presidential aspirants or a key supporter and member of the ODM party.
Manyora confidently said that Raila will be on the ballot in 2022.
He also urged Kenyans not to expect different remarks from President Uhuru Kenyatta as he will without fear endorse his handshake brother.
"It will become clear on 10th that indeed Uhuru supports Raila. The signs and the optics will show you," posed Manyora
According to the party's election board director Junet Mohamed, more than 60,000 people will attend alongside 200 MPs, 40 governors and 40 Senators as well as professionals and business community who are supporting Raila's fifth stab at the presidency in 2022.
Besides President Uhuru Kenyatta, the OKA leaders have also been invited.
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