Trio Mio is a sixteen year old musician who is still in school. Honorable Raila Odinga has invited him to perform on Friday at Kasarani stadium. The major rally is expected to officially usher Raila to the presidential race. The idea to allow a minor to perform in a high end political rally has caught many by surprise. A number of Kenyans have critisised Raila of doing so.
Most of the people affiliated to William Ruto see that it is not right for Trio Mio who does not have an identity card to attend political rallies. However, at the same time a section of Kenyans have said that the kid should secure the bag. That the major enemy in this country is poverty and we should try to eradicate it.
The number of YouTube views have increased tremendously in the artist's videos. This is after doing a short video which was posted by Raila's twitter account.
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