The Azimio la Umoja one Kenya coalition presidential flagbearer, Hon Raila Odinga has been allowed to hold a political rally inside an Administration Police camp in Garissa County. The Former prime minister is reported that he is expected to address the campaign rally alongside his Deputy Presidential candidate and Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka
However, to maintain security within the Camp, it is believed that Azimio supporters, have been blocked from entering the camp until ODM boss and Narc Kenya party leader land at the nearby airstrip. The video that is circulating on social media has shown the heightened security ahead of the former Prime Ministers arrival, today marking the 7th day since his campaigns kicked off in Samburu, North Eastern part, From 21 June.
Raila Odinga is expected to be at Dadaab camp, which is one of the most volatile and insecurity striken areas in Kenya, subject to terror attacks in the past years. Besides Dadaab, the former Prime Minister is also expected to visit Masalani amd Bura, which are the county's sub headquarters.
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