Today, ODM party leader Raila Odinga has continued his tour in different parts of the country. Even though he is yet yo declare that he will run for presidency, he has been traversing different parts of the country for his Azimio la Umoja campaign. Today he visited Cherengany.
It is for that reason that Cherengany member of parliament honourable Joshua Kutuny has opened up on Raila's visit. According to him, he is glad that Cherengany people are peaceful and welcoming. He was happy that Raila Odinga was warmly welcomed by the residents.
He went ahead and sent a special message to those other politicians who are planning to visit Cherengany. That they are very welcomed. They are encouraged to go and share their agenda with the residents.
It should be remembered that Kutuny is one of the leaders who support Raila. After shumbles that were witnessed in Jubilee party, Kutuny was among those eho remained and are now drumming support for Raila.
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