ODM Leader Raila Odinga is in the coastal region to preach the gospel of the Building Bridges Initiative. The BBI Chief Principal today toured in Kongowea, Nyali Constituency and Tudor in Mvita Constituency to preach the BBI. Residents of the two areas availed themselves in the rallies to witness what their all time leader said.
According to reports, ODM Leader brought the two constituencies to a standstill. Raila was accompanied by Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho who is an official of the Orange Democratic Movement. He was also with Mvita MP Hon. Abdulswahmad.
Raila Urged all residents in Mombasa to support the BBI saying that it's the solution to the problems that this nation has been encountering after every general election.
"The residents of Kongowea, Tudor and Changamwe have emphatically stated that DEVOLUTION has given them a voice and their rightful place on the NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT TABLE!
"With the impending constitutinal changes, the political space for NAYSAYERS is shrinking! Asanteni! " RAILA POSTED ON TWITTER
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