ELECTION 2022

We are on the verge of victory - Raila

Raila said his victory in the presidential race was just a matter of time.

In Summary

• Raila was making the last submissions ahead of the high stakes Tuesday’s presidential contest pitying him against Deputy President William Ruto.

• The ODM boss also committed to accept the outcome of the polls and shake hands with the winner is a free and fair polls.

Azimo presidential candidate Raila Odinga speaks during his final campaign rally at Kasarani stadium on August 6, 2022.
Azimo presidential candidate Raila Odinga speaks during his final campaign rally at Kasarani stadium on August 6, 2022.
Image: EZEKIEL AMING'A

Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga has eluded confidence that his coalition is on the verge of a major victory as he makes his final submissions in Nairobi.

Addressing a packed Kasarani Stadium, the former Prime Minister said his victory is just a matter of time calling on Kenyans to come out in numbers to back his bid.

“Let’s vote early. Let’s win early. I need the vote of each and every one of you listening to me now.Choose your president yourself,” Raila said. Accompanied by his running Martha Karua , the fifth time Presidential candidate said Kenyans have a choice to go to ‘Canaan’ or remain in bondage.

“I declare a celebration and also declare a battle cry, we are on the verge of the great victory,” Raila said amidst applause from thousands of supporters.

“Next Tuesday, all Azmio followers have to be at their polling stations by 6 am and cast their vote. Either something very good will happen, or something terrible will happen.

“We have a choice of the Promised Land, But the Land of Bondage is also within sight."

Raila was making the last submissions ahead of the high stakes Tuesday’s presidential contest pitying him against Deputy President William Ruto.

The ODM boss also committed to accept the outcome of the polls and shake hands with the winner is a free and fair polls.

“I will shake their hand if I win. And I will shake their hand if I don’t. And I will do it because I love Kenya more than I love Raila Amolo Odinga,” he said.


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