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Big Blow To Ruto, Raila As KANU Gedion Moi Makes Daring Moves Ahead Of 2022

Job Maangi

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Photo: Former Prime minister Raila Odinga with Deputy President Dr William Ruto

The Former Prime minister Raila Odinga has shown interested in the 2022 presidential elections but has not declared Publicly he is vying for the top seat.

Raila Odinga’s brother a few months ago announced that they are confident that the ODM party leader will win the next presidential elections since they have the system behind them.

Deputy President Dr William Ruto is also taking time trying to consolidate his grassroot support for his bid in 2022 to become the president.

Raila Odinga was the person who led the Building bridges initiative campaigns across the country just before the Corona virus pandemic struck the country.

Baringo Senator Gedion Moi’s recent moves to lead the Building bridges initiative rallies campaigns across the country has raised eyebrows of many people in the political arena.

There is a lot of uncertainty on what Gedions move to popularize the BBI report without involving other parties means for the 2022 presidential elections.

Photo: Baringo Senator Gedion Moi

The Senator for Baringo Gedion Moi has been at forefront campaigning for BBI in Migori, Narok, Bomet, Embu, Nairobi, Nyeri, Elgeyo Marakwet and Samburu counties in the last few weeks.

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Gedion Moi is very focused and moving with speed as he opened the KANU party offices at Migori which is Raila’s strong political base and engaged the Nyeri, Nairobi and Samburu grassroots officials and Members of County Assembly.

Nick Salat who is one of the top KANU officials said that they are determined to ensure that BBI passes since they understand 2022 presidential elections is not far.

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