What will the presidency of ODM leader Raila Odinga look like if he emerges victorious in the 2022 general election?
That is one of the questions that has arisen, following the promises he has made to Kenyans at various meetings he has held in different parts of the country.
In hindsight, many Kenyans were impressed by the promises made by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. That is in addition to the charges against them at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
For example, the promise of 'transferring them from analog to digital' appealed to young and old alike, ”says Mr Wycliffe Muga, a political analyst.However, the investigator says that despite those promises, the Jubilee administration failed to keep some of them.
He says the defeat is what has provoked outrage among many Kenyans, especially those who voted for President Kenyatta and Dr Ruto, as they feel "betrayed." "After emerging victorious in the 2017 elections, Jubilee promised
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