Raila Odinga is expected to spend his second day in Mt Kenya to try and woo the people of the region to stand with him in the upcoming general election. Odinga is expected to be in Nanyuki where he will begin by attending a church service at PCEA Nanyuki Town where he has promised to preach peace and later spend the better part of the day in different parts of Laikipia County.
Odinga has is amongst the Presidential candidates who are eyeing Mt Kenya region due to it richness in votes where it is estimated that the region has over 5 million registered voters who votes in block.
Raila Odinga has an added advantage since Jubilee Party and president Uhuru Kenyatta who is the region's kingpin is in his support and it is ani that he will benefit much as opposed to other leaders.
According to Odm Party all roads will leads to Nanyuki as Odinga is set to address the people of the great region. The Party has also promised that they will ensure that all kenyans will access the events through various social media platforms as they will stream live the event.
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