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Beginning of the End of RailaPhobia in Mt. Kenya? See Photos of His Triumphant Entry into Naivasha

Former Prime minister and Orange democratic movement party leader Raila Odinga has caused a stir online after sharing photos of his Triumphant entry into Naivasha town on Saturday online.

According to photos and details shared on Odinga's Twitter page on Saturday evening, the former prime minister's convoy was welcomed by Hundreds of Naivasha residents into the town where he addressed a mammoth crowd, a region considered to be the political backyard of his key political rival Deputy President Dr William Ruto And largely voted for President Uhuru Kenyatta in the last two General elections.

A sign that would mean Odinga was finally getting a breakthrough to key vote rich regions and would be a step ahead of his rivals should he decide to vie for the country's top top in 2022. In the company of the former prime minister was Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui.

Below are Reactions from Netizens on Odinga's post.

"Man of all times I love you Baba.i voted for you and I will still vote for you." A comment read.

"Is that Jane Kihara area MP gifting you a fish? Now baba is at 50% in central. Hustler bonoko losing ground fast." A comment read.

"For the 1st time i will vote for BaBaThe5th ☑" a comment read.

"Good moment for baba huu ni azimio la umoja asante sana baba kwa kutembelea vijana pale naivasha ..karibu Turkana vijana tuko nyuma yako.." a comment read.

"Looks like there are thousands of billionaires in Naivasha." A comment read.

"Raila has suffered alot in in his political journey,always fighting for what is right for people without fearing for the consequences of his actions,he always put people's interest first,it's time we as kenyans give Baba the opportunity to led this great country of ours." A comment read.

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