Raila Odinga courtesy Facebook
Wednesday was not a good day for former prime minister Raila Amolo Odinga and nominated member of parliament Maina Kamanda after pro Ruto supporters heckled them.
The Two Building Bridges Initiative BBI leaders had made an impromptu stop over at Burma Market to have a chat with the area residents.
The duo were welcomed by pro-Ruto supporters who chanted Ruto's name as they lifted wheelbarrow, a tool that has been linked with the second in command.
Nominated senator Milicent Omanga has been impressed with the move and has taken to her Twitter handle to comment.
She trolled the Two saying the deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto was clearly taking the ground.
Omanga said that was a sign that things were indeed changing in the country challenging Mr Odinga to come back and confirm that indeed the ground had changed.
"Such a good day. Raila and Kamanda visited Burma market and hustlers there treated them to Ruto and Wheelbarrow chants. You're welcome again Baba. We're fixing this country. Donge!" The senator trolled.
DP Ruto with Senator Omanga courtesy Facebook
Nairobi county has in the past been the Orange Democratic Movement ODM strongholds and has even been referred to as Odinga's bedroom.
The happenings should then serve as a warning message to Mr Odinga and camp to sit down and change their strategy before things fully goes the other way.
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