Former prime minister and 2022 presidential candidate Raila Odinga seems not fully satisfied with the deep state support in his 2022 presidential race.
From his recent rallies and posts through his official social media platforms,the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader seems to be seeking support from the hustlers who are largely associated with deputy president William Ruto.
In his talks, Raila keeps on addressing the youths across the country promising a better Kenya by not to let them down as he has listened to them.
"To the youth, I've heard and listened to you across the nation. Sita walet down. I promise a better Kenya for you. Kutoka free laptops, stadiums, jobs. Mlibebwa ndogo. Kuweni rada msibebwe mafala tena."
This comes despite him critisizing do Ruto for his unrelented support and empowerment to the youths and hustlers in the country as he popularize his hustler nation narrative that seems to work on his advantage.
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