The orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga today attended a meeting with some leaders in Kilifi County where they discussed various issues ahead if the next general election. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the former prime minister Raila Odinga was accompanied by some leaders from different parts of the country.
The leaders who attended a meeting with Raila Odinga in Kilifi county today includes the Suna East member of parliament Hon Junet Muhammed. The other leaders who attended a meeting includes the orange Democratic Movement Party secretary general Edwin Sifuna, Mombasa governor Hassan Joho, Amason Kingi, Siaya senator Hon James Orengo, James Ongwae from Kisii among other leaders.
The leaders who attended a meeting with the former prime minister Raila Odinga agreed to work together ahead of the next general election. The former prime minister Raila Odinga is also expected to address the residents of Kilifi county after finishing the meeting. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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