Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga accompanied by leaders allied to him. Today toured Nyandarua County, where Raila held several stopovers interacting with huge crowds of his supporters.
Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his tour in the region. As he continued to popularize his bid- azimio la Umoja.
Areas Raila successfully toured include Soko Mjinga flyover, Wanjo, Miharati town, Njabini, Ndunyu Njeru, and Ol Kalou Nyandarua County.
Marking the end of his tour in Nyandarua County. Raila's motorcade had to depart. As it departed section of agitated youths allegedly allied to DP Ruto linked United Democratic Alliance Party started heckling.
As they continued to chant and shout Deputy President William Ruto's name and United Democratic Alliance party-related slogans.
"Ruto Ruto! Ruto Tosha were the words of the agitated youths at Raila's convoy.
However, despite their continued resistance. Orange Democratic Movement Party leader, Raila Odinga's motorcade drove off safely.
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