Photo courtesy: Screenshot from the video
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga is in the Mount Kenya region where he is intensifying his campaigns in the region ahead of the upcoming general elections in August.
In a video live-streamed from Raila's official Facebook page, a mammoth crowd is seen receiving him by the roadside where they are currently addressing them on what they will offer if they win the top seat in the country.
According to the latest opinion polls done in the country, the region will largely vote for United Democratic Alliance (UDA) presidential candidate and Deputy President William Ruto if elections were held by the time the poll results were computed.
However, the former Prime Minister has maintained that he has followers in the region and going by the number of people that have been receiving him during the campaign trail, he will get more votes than his political rival.
Link to video: https://fb.watch/e6qD5Pq1KQ/
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