Raila Odinga has won the hearts of many politicians across the country who are fighting to earn tickets as ODM members and support his political ambitions as the 2022 race nears. Raila has been able to achieve trust from many Kenyans within a short time as now opinion polls indicate a tremendous increase in his popularity among Kenyans while the Deputy president's fame is falling very fast to the worry and dismay of Tangatanga allied politicians. One of the popular female politicians in Kenya who attended Raila's campaign rally in Chuka by the name Esther Passaris has delighted many people after posting a photo while seated on top of a vehicle urging Kenyans to vote for the ODM chief. The MP's beautiful photo has received a lot of likes as well as nice comments from Kenyans who have not failed to acknowledge her exquisite beauty.
Esther Passaris is the current women rep for Nairobi county and her beauty gave her a confidence to venture into modelling earlier on before her political career. This enabled her to do extremely well and to some point reach the second runners up position in the Miss Kenya tittle competition. See some comments from Kenyans below.
Do you think Raila has the required influence and support to beat Willaim Ruto in the upcoming general elections? Drop your comments below.
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