The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga alongside his allies has today visited West Pokot county to continue hunting for more votes.As Raila was addressing the congregation,he explained that he pleaded with president Uhuru Kenyatta to lower fertilizer prices which was fulfilled by lowering it from six thousand Kenya shillings to two thousand eight hundred Kenya shillings.
His remarks made him to pause his speech for some time as the West Pokot residents chants happily calling anti Azimio La Umoja slogans to congratulate him for contributing in lowering fertilizer prices to affordable.Others were waving,some carrying up their hands as some jumps.This is a big boost to farmers as the farm products will no yield as required.
Raila Odinga: Tuliongea na Rais Uhuru nikamuambia ya kwamba wakulima wanalia bei ya mbolea iko juu zaidi, sasa ameshapunguza; tunataka wakulima waweze kupata afueni na gharama ya maisha irudi chini katika taifa letu
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