Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Amollo Odinga by now has organized his camp largely in just less than one month, the political supremo is expected to make his stab at presidency for the fifth time next year and has been successful in his quest to make Mount Kenya region to warm up for his presidency, he has the most powerful allies from the region supporting his bid.
Kenyans are still reeling to the pictures that have surfaced online of one Caucasian man Mike Oliver who seems to be having a great time with our local delicacies of ladies. The man who is based in Coast Kenya has been transversing the country in what could be termed as sexual tourism and he seems to be having a good time with the ladies who might be falling for his skin color and money. Netizens are not taking the pictures lightly terming the ladies as cheap who fell for him just because he is a foreigner and
Am not a political analyst but I have been following politics, and to my conclusion Ruto will be the 5th president of the Republic of Kenya. Neither am I a supporter of Ruto or Raila. First Ruto has four solid votes blocks, rift valley, western, central and North Eastern. Raila who is expected to be in the same race has only one votes block, Nyanza. Coast Kenya is expected to be divided votes. Ruto is one step close to presidency as a deputy president. Ruto is an international leader and Kenya second
ODM leader Raila Odinga. Photo: Kenya Today Former Prime Minister and Orange Democratic Party (ODM) leader Raila Odinga's political future is in jeopardy after a plot by a section of ODM leaders was leaked. Emerging details have indicated that a section of ODM leaders from Coast Kenya are planning on ditching the former premier and withdrawing their support for his 2022 presidency. Speaking to the Daily Nation while seeking anonymity, the leaders disclosed that they have been convening meetings in secret to
Raila Odinga is in Coast Kenya. Analysts say it is a damage control tactic to try and outdo William Ruto's penetration to his stronghold. The statement is true, as the scheduled meetings the former prime minister has planned is to build a shield that William Ruto will have a hard time to break. Politically Ruto has the upper hand against Raila and his handshake partner President Uhuru Kenyatta. Ruto has built his support among the youths who are the majority of Kenya, while President Uhuru and Raila are dependent