The leader is one of those vying for the presidency in next year's general elections, hoping to succeed outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He has yet to officially declare his candidacy, which was expected to happen this month before revealing his running mate in February of next year.
However, new information indicates that this will not happen as planned, but rather next month, after which he will officially enter the race.
According to The Star, his inner circle has been quietly working on the campaign and is now wrapping up the preparations from behind the scenes, after which he will make the announcement.
The team is also working on his manifesto and campaign Secretariat, which will be unveiled at the same event, according to insiders.
Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna told the paper that the party is prepared for the campaigns and welcomes every leader to join Raila's team.
"We are utilizing all regional leaders in our campaigns." "We will work with governors, aspirants, MPs, and MCAs; everyone is welcome to join us," he told the newspaper.
Raila's campaign is based on his desire for a united Kenya, as evidenced by his 'Azimio La Umoja' (Desire for Unity) roadmap. Through his 'Made in Kenya' blueprint, he is also advocating for economic dependence.
According to insiders, his campaign Secretariat will be dominated by those who assisted Uhuru, his ally and leading supporter, in securing the seat.
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