Raila Amollo Odinga, head of the Orange Democratic Movement, today campaigned in cosmopolitan parts of Tans Nzoia county, Kitale, accompanied by other members of Parliament aligned with the Kieleweke group.
The crew made a pit stop at the Sibanga commercial facility, which was hosting a wooing rally for Raila. Regrettably, Raila's speech came dangerously close to becoming dramatic in the middle of the presentation when a man urgently attempted to fight his way past the bodyguards with the purpose of leaping over Raila's campaign van.
The gentleman appeared to be a fervent admirer anxious to connect with Raila for a discussion or pleasantries. The security prevented the man from approaching the former prime minister.
Raila's attention was drawn to the disturbance, and he was compelled to interrupt his speech and ask the guards to hold on and leave the man alone. Wacha! "Mwache tu, wacha!" As Raila put it, Following that, Raila urged the man to maintain his composure, as he would lend him an ear following the speech. "Nitakuskiza ngoja tu," he pleaded. Following the speech, Raila's motorcade left without speaking with the ardent admirer.
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