The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Keriako Tobiko was among the top leaders from the Maa community who attended the 'Azimio la Umoja' meeting by the former prime minister Raila Odinga held in Kajiado county today.
When his time to speak knocked, Keriako Tobiko praised the former prime minister Raila Odinga for everything that he has done to ensure that the country is where it is today as well as the role he played in protecting the Mau forest.
"Honorable prime minister, the Maasai community are fully behind. Were it not because of the covid-19, some people would have even sold their goats and sheep to get transport to come and meet with you today," he said.
He further assured Raila that th Maa community is fully behind his 2022 presidential bid because of who he stands for in ensuring that the whole country is united.
He also told Raila not to forget the community if he becomes the president in 2022 adding that the Maasai community should be at the top of the table in his government and not at the bottom.
On his side, the ODM senator for Narok county Ledama Olekina pleaded with the community to stop giving Raila many demands at this time and mobilize more votes to ensure he becomes the president in 2022.
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