The former Prime Minister is busy moving around the Country selling his presidential ambition to Kenyans. He has visited different places making promises on what he will do if elected as the next president. Last weekend he visited the DP Ruto's backyard Uasin Gishu County. The residents of Eldoret town welcomed him warmly and he promised to support the farmers.
Today the ODM party leader has visited Meru County to popularise his agenda. He received a warm welcome by the area governor Kiraitu Murungi and CS for Agriculture Peter Munya. The two leaders have put aside their differences and vowed to support Raila in 2022. In his statement, Mr Odinga urged the two leaders to unite and work together.
He went ahead and promised miraa farmers that he will help them get market in DRC and Somalia. Farmers of this plant have suffered for long time due to lack of ready market for their products. This will help them earn a living from the produce. With this promise Raila stands a chance of getting many votes from this region.
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