It is less than seven months before they elect new leaders. Political campaigns are gaining momentum day by day as leaders try to reach the electorates. The presidential race has attracted several contenders among the DP William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi and Raila Odinga. Each camp seems to be campaigning as the political heat can be felt. Raila was in Narok today when he popularised Azimio La Umoja.
Things took a new twist after one of his allies took to the podium to address the crowd. The ODM Gubernatorial aspirant for Narok county, honourable Charles Olesenji, was immediately heckled as he tried to talk.This forced Charles to cut short his speech.
In a quick response, Raila Odinga was forced to intervene and calm down the crowds. He had to plead with them to keep calm and quiet. His words fell on deaf ears as the residents continued heckling the ODM aspirant."Kwenda huko! Hatukutaki! Kwenda! Kaa chini Hapana usingeee! Hatukutaki", Says the residents. Could this be an indication that ODM is not popular for the Narok gubenatorial seat?
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