Former Prime Minister and the Orange Democratic Movement 'ODM' Party leader Hon Raila Odinga's close diehard has alleged that he (Raila Odinga) will win the 2022 presidential elections whether he vies or not.
Blogger Robert Alai who is a close diehard of both the former Prime Minister and the Orange Democratic Movement Party has emphasized that Odinga is going to win the election.
The Former Prime Minister has not yet been confirmed as the flag-bearer of the Orange Democratic Movement Party in the 2022 general elections but according to Alai, even if he doesn't vie, he is still going to succeed the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta in the year 2022.
The former Prime Minister has kept his interest in the top seat low, though he has resently been creating his political profile through political rallies until when he was hospitalized over Covid-19 issue.
''Raila is going to win in 2022. Whether he vies or not. He is going to win this.'' Blogger Robert Alai noted on his twitter page just as shown below;
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