ODM party leader Raila Odinga's son has reacted to the rally of Deputy President William Ruto that happened today in Kibra, Nairobi. Deputy president William Ruto was scheduled to visit several places today within the Nairobi city including Lang'ata, Karen market, Kibera and others.
Kibera is one of places within Nairobi county that is considered as the bedroom of the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
However, Raila Odinga junior who is a son of Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, reacted to the UDA party rally that was led by the second in command. He claimed that there were very few persons who attended the party.
He said that the UDA meeting that happened in Kibera today, was equal to that meeting convinced by MCA. He further said that there was nothing in UDA meeting.
“I hear UDA meeting in Kibera today was similar to an MCA's meeting if not smaller. Nothing to see basically." Odinga junior twitted.
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