ODM leader with his delegates in Nyahururu today (Photo Courtesy: Facebook)
Surprisingly, the residents of Nyahururu showed love to Raila Odinga together with his delegates as they turned out in large numbers as they were shouting 'Baba'.
Prominent media personality Pauline Njoroge took to her social media account as she revealed the number of people who were following up Raila Odinga's meeting in Nyahururu which showed that he is gaining more popularity in the Mt Kenya region.
Pauline Njoroge wrote: "The people of Nyahururu town were present in their numbers, plus 102,000 others who have viewed the video. The event was streamed live on the ODM page which has 186,000 followers, while that of Baba has 1.5 million.
I wonder what kind of viewship we’d be having by now if it was streamed on his own page. I am loving this. Real interest by Kenyans to follow Baba’s campaign.
One love 🇰🇪"
This is a brilliant show that proves Raila Odinga's Presidential bid might be a success due to the huge followers and support the former Prime Minister is getting.
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