ODM leader Raila Odinga is expected in Trans Nzoia today to market his Azimio la Umoja campaign. Saboti MP Caleb Amisi told journalists in Kitale town yesterday that plans to host his party boss were complete.
He said residents would have an opportunity to air their concerns to Raila during his visit to the county.
"Residents are excited about the visit and they expect the ODM leader to tell them how his government will deal with high cost of farm inputs, poor maize prices, and poor roads," said Amisi.
He added: "Low maize prices announced recently by the National Cereals and Produce Board have discouraged farmers"
Raila is expected to land at Sibanga Market where he will address a rally He will make a stopover in Kwanza centre, Kolongolo and Endebess From Endebess, his convoy is expect ed to head to Matisi, Mitume, Tuwan and Kitale town.
In the evening, the ODM leader will address rallies at Kiminini and Sikhendu markets. On Sunday, Raila will address rallies in Kakamega.
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