Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader is today landed at Ahero town in Kisumu County before his motorcade proceeded to Kisumu City for a major rally as he aims at consolidating his Nyanza vote rich region.
Ahero residents turned up in large numbers to welcome Raila Odinga creating a traffic snarl up along the busy Kisumu Nairobi road. This is after a section of Luo Council of leaders Endorsed the current Governor of Kisumu, Anyang'Nyong'o which has split Raila's turf.
Kisumu Senator, Fred Out while talking during the burial of Former Governor of Kisumu County, Jack Ranguma in Muhoroni Sub- County, Outa warned ODM that Nyong'o must go, with Outa teaming up with Ranguma and a few Political heavyweights to from Kisumu to ensure that Nyong'o won't win 2022 Election.
Raila's tours in Kisumu comes after Fred Outa yesterday in the evening held a meeting with a group of ODM supporters at Multi-Purpose in Ahero where vowed have Nyong'o out.
This Raila's meeting is then seen as a good move to calm the heating temperatures in his backyard.
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