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Raila Amollo Odinga the party leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party is on 28th Tuesday today holding a high profile meeting with Mount Kenya business community at Safari park, Nairobi. The program has been dubbed as the Mountain Nation speaks.
The colourful event is expected to kick off officially in a few minutes coming and it is being aired live in the Nation TV, Citizen TV, Inooro TV and the official page of Raila Amollo Odinga. The meeting is being ushered in by style as the audience are being served precious meals for lunch.
As the congregants enjoy their Lunch, there is an entertainment by one if the Kikuyu musicians and this has made Raila Odinga and his friend and businessman, the chairman of Royal Media Services broadcasting company, Samuel Kamau Macharia, the two have broken into song and dance warming Kenyans, notable in the dance also is Kieni member of parliament Kanini Kega. Here is the link to the live event;
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