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Raila Backs Wanyonyi’s Candidature In Kawangware Rally

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Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga on Sunday confirmed that Westlands Member of Parliament Tim Wanyonyi is his preferred candidate for Nairobi Governor’s seat.

While addressing his supporters in Kawangware Estate, Odinga introduced Wanyonyi as the next governor of Kenya’s capital, an indication that the MP is his preferred choice for the highly contested county seat.

“I am here with a big team. Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya, former Dagoreti South MP Dennis Waweru, Mama Beatrice Elachi and next Nairobi Governor Tim Wanyonyi,” Odinga said.

This is the second time that the former Prime Minister has publicly declared Mr Wanyonyi as the next governor for Nairobi.

Raila’s latest consideration comes amid claims that he had changed his mind about his preferred candidate for the city’s top job with reports claiming that he preferred Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) president Richard Ngatia over Wanyonyi for the county seat.

Raila’s  declaration was also echoed by ODM Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna and Makadara MP George Aladwa.

On his address at the same rally, Wanyonyi also urged Kangemi residents to back Raila’s presidential bid saying that the ODM leader is ripe to steer the country in the right direction.

The legislature assured his party leader that Nairobi is solidly behind him and that he will be the next President of Kenya.


“It is a must we take Raila to State House within 90 minutes,” Mr Wanyonyi said as he addressed the residents.

While addressing the locals Raila did not mince his words when he openly declared that his votes in the city are intact and that come 2022 the nation will witness a new change coming from his presidency. Raila is so keen to promise them that he will deliver the much-needed change in the region.

Also speaking at the event was Babu Owino who also issued an ultimatum to Ruto that his days are numbered and should prepare to vacate office come August 8th.

He said Kenyans have already know his tricks and that is why the president did not endorse him for 2022.




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