Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga is busy with his unity message across the country and by now he visited majority of the country's region where he started off with Nakuru county last month, went to Homabay then Mombasa, Kakamega, some parts of Mount Kenya, Nairobi, Garissa, Eldoret and today in Isiolo county.
Today in Isiolo, the ODM supremo was accompanied by high profile leaders, governors Mohammed Kutti of Isiolo, Ali Korane of Garissa, Wyclieffe Oparanya of Kakamega, Nderitu Mureithi of Laikipia and Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru. Members of parliament Junet Mohammed, Kanini Kega, Raphael Wanjala, Adan Keynan and many more others, Samuel Kamau Macharia and treasury cabinet secretary Ukur Yatani were also present.
After today's rally, Raila Odinga's convoy has headed to Mount Kenya where he is expected to meet people from Embu, Tharaka Nithi, Nyandarua and Meru tomorrow according to Junet Mohammed.
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