Opposition chief Raila Odinga has informed his supporters that he is now back to his normal roots of engaging his supporters from across the country just months after losing the August polls in the country. He said he is now back to his normal business of engaging Kenyans especially his main supporters from the opposition.
Raila Odinga while addressing his supporters said he has been missing in action because he has been giving president William Ruri time to organise his house well as well as maintaining peace in the country after the August polls.
He added that it's William Ruto who has been pushing him to go back to the people. He said Ruto has been pushing the opposition to talk while the Azimio has been giving him time to deliver. He added that Azimio is now ready to meet the people everytime need arises in the country and that he will never be tired in meeting the people.
"We are back to normal business in the country. Nobody can stop us and we don't need anybody's support to meet my people"
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