The former prime minister Raila Amolo Odinga began his coastal tour yesterday in order to enhance popularity in the region and its surroundings after losing it recently to the deputy president William Ruto.
In a viral video, Raila Odinga was seen having pulled a wonderful crowd that made many of his followers have hope of redeeming the coastal prowess.
The deputy president William Samoei Ruto had become the sweetheart of the coastal region to a point that he took the Msambweni seat comfortably through his United Democratic Alliance party.
He was able to make the people in the area comfortable and pleased with his hustler narrative.
Raila might have a quite difficult time this season to convince the coastal people that the hustler narrative is the not the solution since Ruto has sunk it in they minds.
Ruto has for the last few months been spreading his hustler and Tangatanga narrative to the people and telling them that the building bridges initiative is not a solution currently.
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