Azimio la umoja movement boss, Raila Odinga's anti-Ruto's rally at Kamukunji grounds in Nairobi county has today turned into a laughing stock online. This is after residents failed to turn out in large numbers to grace the event.
That saw was of azimio la umoja movement allied leaders attend. Led by Martha Karua, Former Kakamega Govetner Oparanya and Wiper party boss, Kalonzo Musyoka attend.
Via a report by a media outlet, the star. It is reported that only a few residents turned out to grace the much-anticipated event. That saw Raila vow to expose some dirty linen by President Ruto's government.
Photos shared online by bloggers reveal that the Rally was poorly attended. In reaction, many wondered to see and hear that despite the anticipation majority of kenyans failed to turn But to show solidarity with Raila Odinga in his quest to counter some policies being implemented by President Ruto's government.
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