Many have tried to endorse him but "Baba's" mouth remains closed. Recently, Orange Democratic Movement members threatened to ditch handshake if Uhuru Kenyatta seemed not to endorse their party leader, but with a less than two hours, Raila managed to cool them down.
Edwin Sifuna even tried to publish Raila's name as one of those who at applied for the party's presidential ticket but was forced to say truth and withhold "Baba's" name.
There are claims that Odinga was planning to work with deputy president William Ruto but he has not confirmed the the romours. It's only Ruto who hints on working with him, saying they share same manifesto.
Does it mean ODM party leader might decides to endorse someone else? Check the most preferred candidate to him.
Peter Kenneth has sold himself in Mt Kenya and the country in general as he vied for presidential seat in the 2013 elections. He's a close ally to both Raila and Uhuru Kenyatta. The two might decides to back him for presidential seat.
If BBI referendum passes, Peter Kenneth's possible running is Gideon Moi who's KANU party leader and close friend to the two leaders. Their possible preferred candidate for prime Minister's post is Musalia Mudavadi deputised by Kalonzo Musyoka and James Orengo.
Hassan Joho, Moses Wetangula, Raphael Tuju and Francis Atwoli will get a lucrative jobs in this coalition. Both Uhuru and Raila will enjoy presidential treatment.
Handshake team is likely to face William Samoei Ruto, who also enjoy massive support from the country and is likely to give sleepless nights to handshake wing.
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