ODM leader Raila Odinga has acquired a big achievement towards his bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. This was after a well known Central Kenya party join hands with ODM of Raila Odinga in front of the 2022 presidential race.
Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture Peter Munya who serves as the party head of Party of Nation Unity (PNU) has affirmed this move. It is great to take note of that PNU is the party that helped ex President Mwai Kibaki to recover his seat, harking back to the 2007 general elections.
This is accordingly a tremendous lift to Raila Odinga since the alliance between the two parties will carry huge help to Raila Odinga all the more so from Meru where Peter Munya is a ex-Governor. This is all in accordance with Raila Odinga's intend to win larger part of Mount Kenya votes come the 2022 decisions.
It is great to take note of that this isn't whenever PNU first has joined with ODM. Months before the 2017 races, Peter Munya had pulled this move with Raila Odinga accordingly PNU was important for NASA. This alliance was anyway brief after President Uhuru meeting with Peter Munya subsequently Munya dumped the alliance
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