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Raila Odinga Embraces Sheng During Naivasha Meet the Youth Tour: Vijana Wanasema Rada ni Rao

Raila Odinga Embraces Sheng During Naivasha Meet the Youth Tour: Vijana Wanasema Rada ni Rao

_The former prime minister pitched tent in Naivasha on Saturday, October 9, where he addressed the youth in Sheng

_Raila also spoke in Sheng while reacting to a woman who handed him a fresh fish after his entourage stopped in the Rift Valley town

_On Friday, October 08, he received massive reception in his Amani National Congress (ANC) counterpart, Musalia Vihiga backyard

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga has caused a stir online after embracing Sheng during his tour of Naivasha.

The former prime minister pitched tent in Naivasha on Saturday, October 9, where he addressed the youth in Sheng.

"Fish ya Odhumo na Naivasha, gani bie? (Between the Kisumu fish and Naivasha fish is the best?) Madha anadai za Naivasha ndio poa! (Mum says Naivasha fish is the best)," Raila told the gathering.

Stopover in Naivasha

Raila was reacting to a woman who handed him a fresh fish after his entourage stopped in the Rift Valley town.

"Made brief stopovers in Naivasha town, l'm happy to see our people coming together. Our journey continues," Raila explained.

Raila was in Naivasha, Nakuru county, where he popularised his Azimio la Umoja initiative.

"Vijana wa Naivasha wameniambia RadaNiRao. Nimewafeel na nimewashow kwamba safari tunayolekea ya Azimio la Umoja watacheza role kubwa sana. Maselfie nazo zimeweza?" Raila paused.

Sheng is a unique language

Raila also said that Sheng is Kenya's unique language that needs to be adopted.

"Societies change over time, Sheng is our unique identify all over the world Sheng ndio kusema!" said Raila.

Friday, October 8, Raila received massive reception in Amani National Congress (ANC) counterpart, Musalia Mudavadi Vihiga backyard.

Raila invades Mudavadi home turf

Raila was in Mudavadi's home turf on Friday, October 8, to woo new voters encouraging residents to register during the 30_day Enhanced Continuous Voter Registration drive.

"I was impressed by the progress of the ongoing nationalwide voter registration exercise l am calling on our people to stand up and be counted step forward the register, " Raila said.

His first stopover was at khiwliba Secondary School in Luanda constituency.

He also used the opportunity to drum up support for 2022 presidential bid.

"I publicly said that I would make a major announcement at the end of this month, and I now want to see that my foot soldiers are well_armed. So make sure you have the gun (national identity card) and bullet (vote)," Raila told residents.

Raila said that his decision to be on the ballot box as a presidential candidate in 2022 would depend on the number of new voters registered in his political strongholds across the country after the going national voter registration exercise ends in early November.

Source: Tuko Breaking News

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