The 2022 presidential race is giving people sleepless nights. Hon Raila Odinga is among the candidates majority of political leaders fear to face in the final race. DP William Ruto is proving to bring stiff competition. Earlier tody Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho hit on the political leaders chest thumping for winning by-elections. He warned them that winning a by-election does not mean you will win final elections.
Dark days are coming for ODM Party leader Hon Raila Odinga after his close ally senator James Orengo stated that, section of his allies are planning to ditch him at times of crisis. According to Nation Africa, "James Orengo accuses politicians of abandoning Raila Odinga. The lawmaker, while reiterating his support for ODM leader Raila Odinga, said it is unfortunate that some leaders opt to desert him during his moments of crisis." This are some of the reactions, "The list of the most PROLIFIC leaders who ABANDONED @RailaOdinga @ his most CRITICAL moments , would be incomplete if the name @orengo_james was not on TOP of the list."
"I nolonger understand him, first he opposes bbi in Senate,n now he's going to fight for it inside the courts."
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