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Uhuru's Ally Warns Raila Over Wanjigi's Mistreatment

ODM leader Raila Odinga has had a successful interaction with the vote rich mount Kenya region having visited various places where he was well received.

Besides, the former prime minister has secured the backing of a powerful group of tycoons led by former equity Chairman Mr Munga and SK macharia of royal media Services.

As he continues with his match up the mountain, there are things he need to do for a successful climbing.

This is according to Kiambu senator Kimani wamatangi who is a close ally of president Uhuru kenyatta.

Speaking at citizen television on Thursday morning, wamatangi acknowledged the fact that Raila received a warm reception in central.

He said that Raila has already climbed one peak of the mount which he termed a good thing as he asked him to come back again and again.

Nevertheless, the Senator faulted the AU representative for infrastructure for the manner in which people in his Backyard handled businessman Jimmy Wanjigi.

Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi.

Wamatangi asked those close to Raila and ODM to advise and preach tolerance to the people of luo Nyanza.

He added that the people of central have been receptive to everybody including DP William Ruto, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Wiper's Kalonzo Musyoka.

This according to wamatangi should be replica in Raila's backyard even as he seeks to get backing from mount Kenya.

Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi aims at contesting for Presidency through Raila's orange Party.

His visit to luo Nyanza this month was received with hostility in some areas whereby youths attacked his convoy.

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