Orange Democratic Movement party leader and presidential hopeful Raila Odinga today visit Nakuru county where he was shown a lot of love by the people from that county who came in abundance to hear from him.
This made Raila Odinga to be unable to control his feelings about the love that the mount Kenya Region has been showing him and had to express it through his Facebook page today. It seemed like a goodnight message to his supporters to stop worrying about his ability to climb the mountains and also a worrying message to his opponents who thought that he could not be sold in the region.
He said that he has now reached the peak of the Mountain and could see the promises land Canaan. He asked Kenyans to join his idea of azimio la umoja and move forward together for the prosperity of the country.
"Nemifika kilele Cha Mlima na nimeona nchi ya ahadi. Titasonga bega kwa bega na wakenya was matabaka yote kuendeleza Safari ya azimio la umoja. Huo ndio ulikuwa ujumbe wangu kwa wafanyi biashara wa Naivasha," Raila posted in Swahili language.
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