ODM party leader Raila Odinga today toured Meru county where he received a warm reception from the residents. A huge mammoth of people attended Raila Odinga's rally in Maya, Meru county which is in Mount Kenya region. The race for presidential seat in the upcoming general elections seems to heating up at two main leaders eying the seat compete severely.
During the rally, ODM party leader Raila Odinga promised residents of Meru county that people will benefit from his reign if he gets a chance. Also Raila Odinga rallied his Azimio la Umoja campaign in Meru county where he urged people to embrace Peace and Unity in the Country.
However, a section of Kenyans reacted to Raila Odinga's rally in Meru county where started calling DP Ruto's name on Facebook social media platform. On the other hand a section of Kenyans congratulated people of Meru county for receiving Raila Odinga well.
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