The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga today took his Azimio la Umoja campaigns to Nakuru county where he attended a church service at KAG Church at Mwisho wa Lami in Nakuru county. After the church service Raila Odinga decided to engage with residents of the region ahead of the August election.
Considering that Musalia Mudavadi did not invite Raila Odinga into his big day and his opposition leaders like UDA party leader deputy president William Ruto was invited, speculations have been rife that Raila Odinga should know be ready to face full force of combined UDA and ANC starting next week.
However, Raila Odinga started that God first in everything we do and as a result of this, Raila Odinga was seen holding a Bible as he greeted Nakuru. Reacting to Raila Odinga's move in Nakuru county, a section of Kenyans stated that Raila Odinga has been really shaken by the earthquake that is why he has decided to become close to God. Below are their reactions;
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