Former prime minister Raila Odinga is a politician to watch ahead of 2022 general election. He has been in this game of politics for a long time and knows where to attack and when during the campaigns.
After holding a successful Azimio La Umoja in Ukambani, today the orange Democratic party ODM leader Raila Odinga together with his troop landed in Lamu county. They are in a mission to woo Kenyans to support them.
They were welcomed by the leaders from Lamu and other regional leaders that are allied to Raila. Raila is expected to hold rallies across the county the entire day. He is going to start from ACK Mpeketoni where he will worship then proceed to Witu and Hindu where he will hold rallies.
His counterpart the deputy president William Ruto is in Murang'a county in the Mt Kenya region. They are both in a mission to sell there agendas.
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