Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed is one of Raila's closest allies and confidant. In the many places that Raila has been to for his campaigns, Junet has attended all of them and this shows how loyal he is to the Orange Democratic Movement leader.
Today Thursday, December 2 he was among the leaders who accompanied Raila to Migori county where he was overseeing the opening of another branch of the Kenya Medical and Training College (KMTC).
Junet never fails to talk ill of DP Ruto and today was no different. As he was addressing the people, Junet hit back at Ruto on his last visit to the county. He recounted on Ruto's visit saying he had come like a tourist with tour guides who were helping him familiarize with the region. He said this time round Raila was going to get to State House and nothing is going to stop him.
Junet further said that anyone was welcome to visit the county at any time but all the votes are for Raila.
"This time round, 'Baba' will go to State House...anybody can visit Migori and tour but the votes are for Raila Odinga," Junet said.
You can watch the video below;
Source: Citizen TV
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