Raila Odinga is currently moving round the country to sell his azimio la umoja manifestos through meetings with the delegates from all regions in the country and also Meeting the common mwananchi at grassroots level to drum up Support for his presidency.
Remaining with only four delegates Meeting,the opposition chief is expected to tour rift valley Region over the weekend to continue with his campaigns and sweet talk the kalenjins community to support his bid.
According to the star,the ODM party leader will be in eldoret town where he will meet all the ODM party delegates from all counties in the rift valley Region.
With that the star reports that the ODM leader is working with at least three governors from rift valley Region who will rally behind him during the meeting. Gideon Moi is one of the top politicians who are in Support of Raila's Presidency in the region.
" Rift Valley offensive. The ODM boss is working with at least three governors from the region. He is also keen to work with Gideon Moi, deputy president William Ruto's archival," the star newspaper headline read.
"The team behind Raila campaigns in dp Ruto's tuff," it added.
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