From the video that has been shared by Pauline Njoroge, young people are seen shouting as they head to the venue where Raila Odinga will be hosted.
The former premier will be at Thome primary school which is in Maina village which is a few minutes from Nyahururu town along the busy Mararal road.
Watch the video here:
"This is Nyahururu, Maina Village, ahead of Hon. @RailaOdinga’s arrival. Residents are walking to town in large numbers to attend his rally. A few months ago, who would have foreseen this happening at the heart of Central Kenya? Truly politics is the art of the possible!"Pauline Njoroge
His visit to Nyahururu comes just a day after deputy president William Ruto visited the area on his way to Nanyuki and other Laikipia areas.
Raila Odinga's visit will be held on Sunday afternoon after his church service at the African Inland Church in Naivasha in the company of several high profile leaders who support him.
In Nyahururu, he will be hosted by Laikipia county governor Nderitu Muriithi and it is expected that Nyandarua county boss governor Francis Kimemia will also be present.
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