The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga today toured Homabay county where he received a rapturous welcome from the region. Raila Odinga who is a presidential candidate in the upcoming general elections was accompanied by several leaders supporting his Azimio la Umoja.
However, ODM party leader Raila Odinga's speech today was somehow boring to a section of Kenyans. This is because, Raila Odinga today addressed the people of Homabay county in their local dialect which made it hard for a section of Kenyans who don't get the language to understand what he was actually saying.
Following his local dialect speech in Homabay county, a section of Kenyans reacted on social media platforms claiming by slamming him to use official language since not all Kenyans are in a position to hear their local dialect. Others praised him as the coming fifth president. Below are their reactions;
Below is a link of Raila's speech in Homabay county.
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