Residents of Naivasha, a region Perceived to be dominated by Deputy President William Ruto today came out in large numbers singing Raila's songs showing that they are ready to work with ODM chief. Raila also took moments to do selfies with youths in the region where he promised me the key roles in Azimio La Umoja.
Raila is in Naivasha accampanied by several Handshake leaders lead by Suna East Member of Parliamet Junet Mohamed, Edwin Sifuna and leaders from the region.
Here are Netizens reactions.
Nancy Nyatichi said “On whose behalf are you talking Baba is resonating with the youth well and since they're going to be the majority voters,there's need to connect with them."
STL said “ Kikuyu Power, Deep secrets that Kikuyu elites will never wish you to know in Mau Mau formation, the Kikuyu culture and influence to power, land and wealth. Shadows to real struggle."
Speaking to the huge crowd Junet critised DP Ruto for branding the region his saying “mambo bado."
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