Deputy president William Ruto has received a Landmark Message from ODM Stronghold . Barely One day after he held a mega rally in Kibra. A group of youths in Busia county for the first time they have delivered signals that they will not support Dp Ruto. This happens as they were launching a new ODM office in Busia County.
In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel. One of the Busia County youths claims that. Their main agenda is to support Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential bid. They will visit the entire country mobilizing Kenyans to vote for Raila Odinga. Claiming that the only one who have a good agenda for youths is Raila Odinga. And all votes in Busia are for Raila Odinga.
" Our main agenda in 2022 is to support Raila Odinga in his presidential bid. And we will go around the forty seven counties mobilizing that we take Raila Odinga to the state house. The only one who have good agenda for the youths is Raila Odinga. We don't want fake promises and unrealistic models. All youths votes are for baba. Baba is our kingpin", says one of the youth leader.
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