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VIDEO: Raila Brings Business to a Standstill as He Takes Kakuma by Storm on Day 2 of His Turkana Tour

By RTCPress | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 13652 views

The political temperatures are beginning to rise significantly throughout the country as 2022 politics begin to take shape.

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Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader in Friday 5th 2021 set out on a four-day tour of Turkana County to drum support for the BBI.

The opposition leader has today brought business to a standstill as his brigade took Kakuma, Turkana County, by storm for day two of his tour in the county.

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The reception accorded to Raila in Kakuma has lighted the internet sparking reactions from Kenyans including;

"My next president 2022 baba we love you so much." - David Wanyonyi

"Good luck people s prezo!" - Erick Ovolla

"Piny Osekao Kore, the 5th President of Kenya!" - Charles Osako

"The simplicity of the rural people when they welcome visitors is just out of this world!" - Charles Jb

"Baba. The future is bright!" - Stephen Oduk

"Nice one BABA keep it up. Big up." - Manu Kiyiapi

"Live from lodwar BABA TIBIM!" - Adhan Adan

"Munyes u are playing the game which will not win thats my advice bro!" - Kim Tile

"Raila Odinga is over working. This is the best strategy of winning!" - Nyakwar Din

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