Raila Odinga of the Azimio coalition is doing everything to ensure that he is the fifth President of Kenya and he is facing stiff competition from Deputy President Ruto ahead of August polls. While addressing residents in Kericho County, Oparanya spilled beans as he alleges that he found out that things on the ground are different. He alleges that he was informed that Ruto's bedroom is unmovable and residents might not turn up for their event.
However, he revealed that he was shocked after discovering that several people have turned up for the Azimio campaign and they are now dancing Raila's tune ahead of August polls. He called upon the residents to reject Ruto's presidential bid simply because Raila Odinga is the right person to take over the throne from Uhuru Kenyatta.
"Waaaa, mimi nimestuka vile mmekuja kumlaki baba. Tuliongea na rafiki wangu, akaniambia huku ni bedroom ya Ruto. Sasa nimeelewa hakuna kitu ya UDA hapa. Nawaomba mchague baba awe Rais wa taifa hili," Oparanya said. (Time code 1:28:00)
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