Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga has told Kenyans to prepare for major changes ahead of 2022 elections.
Speaking at the homecoming party of Nyatike MP Tom Odege, Odinga says a ranging tide will sweep away anyone standing in the way of the changes.
“You cannot resist change. If you try to, it will overwhelm you. An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped," says Odinga.
“Time for change has come and it is real. Kenyans must decide whether they want the presidential or parliamentary system.”
Odinga has termed the new changes as a new dawn for Kenya, declaring that his quest for a better nation is unstoppable.
Odinga has also told Kenyans that the fruits of his March 9th, 2018 handshake with President Kenyatta will be sweet.
“2022 is going to come and Kenyans are going to deal with it. We are dealing with Kenya now and we are determined to heal the 2017 political and electoral wounds," Odinga asserts.
“A new Kenya is signaling. You will see things happening. We are only waiting for members of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and then President Uhuru Kenyatta and myself will give direction on the impending referendum,” adds Raila.