Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga on Saturday arrived in Gilgil where received sone special prayers from the All Israel Church of Kenya leaders.
When the Right Honourable former Prime Minister was called upon to come for special prayers, he was asked to kneel down for prayers.
His bodyguard was right behind him ready to help him go on his knees before the pastors of the church started praying for him during the closing of their yearly conference in Gilgil.
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Raila Odinga was however not accompanied to the event by most of the political leaders from the region as would have been expected by several Kenyans.
Not even his close ally from Nakuru county governor Lee Kinyanjui was present to welcome Raila Odinga to his county when he landed with a chopper on Saturday morning.
Apart from his security detail, Raila Odinga was in the company of his close allies and they were received by the church leaders when he arrived to the event.
Raila Odinga is expected to start his two fay tour of the Mount Kenya region and he will be hosted in different areas from Saturday afternoon after the Nakuru county event.
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