Opposition Leader Raila Odinga has dropped the strongest hint that he will be contesting for the county’s top seat during the 2022 presidential election.
Speaking at a funeral in Butere Constituency over the weekend, Odinga noted that he is stronger than before and is ready to lead Kenya’s third liberation movement.
The former Prime Minister dismissed those calling for his retirement noting that he has what it takes to liberate Kenya.
He opined that the will liberate Kenya from corruption, marginalization and poverty.
Odinga says he is strong and ready to liberate Kenya
“Do you want me to retire? Do you want me to retire? Okay, I am still strong and ready to lead the third liberation which we have begun.
“They expected that I would come back in a wheelchair. They were wrong. Today, I am much stronger and prepared to lead the country’s third liberation,” Odinga said as quoted by Standard.
This is the first time since the 2017 election that Odinga hinted on his future intentions.
For the past three years, he has been tight lipped on his intentions, insisting that his focus is on working with the president to unite the country through the Building Bridges Initiative.
Meanwhile, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Odinga are set to unveil the final BBI report today at the Bomas of Kenya.