The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has today visited Kuria to continue popularizing his Azimio La Umoja ahead of his 2022 presidential bid.He was warmly welcomed as the residents show their love and respect for him through the elders installing him as one of Kuria elders thus deserves to be called Baba.
A traditional ritual was performed as he was being recruited as an elder and endorsing his presidential bid.Raila was given a traditional round top white stool by the leader of the elders who was holding a stick to symbolize power transmitted to Raila.He sat on the golden stools as the elders shake their sticks passing blessings to him.
The crowd cheers him up with chants of Baba Baba filling the atmosphere.The ceremony was full to brim resembling that of a father being welcomed by his or her children after long time of not seeing him.Here are some of the comments and reactions.
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