On his way to Kamkunji, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga's campaign motorcade encountered overjoyed residents who could not help but block him, Demanding to be addressed.
As seen through a viral clip that has gone viral all over the social media moments ago, the opposition chief Raila Odinga was forced to step out of his sunroof top to calm his supporters down would not let the motorcade through unless addressed by Raila himself.
While addressing the excited crowd, the opposition chief Raila Odinga reiterated what he Saud earlier that the youths will be his main project in 2022 when he becomes the president. He has promised to create several jobs for them to reduce the rate of unemployment in the country.
Raila's wild reception in Kamkunji has proven once again that Nairobi is still his political bedroom. Nairobi has always been considered one of his strongholds, something that the Kamkunji rally has proven to be true. Watch the video using the link below.
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