Orange Democratic Movement Party boss cum Azimio movement presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, accompanied by the paucity of leaders allied to him have today toured Kilgoris, Narok county to continue popularizing their respective quests to locals.
Making his grand entrance, Azimio chief, Raila Odinga was warmly received by hundreds of his supporters and tegs of headers allied to him. Who on seeing him alight from his chopper, ran to meet him. Led by Senator Ledama Ole Kina, among others.
They blocked his motorcade which had arrived to pick him up at the proposed Venue. Raila acknowledged their presence by waving at them as he made greetings with.
Please click on the link below to watch how Raila Odinga was warmly received in Narok ahead of his purposed rallies. As shared by Adede via his Twitter handle.Natok county is perceived to be Raila Odinga's political stronghold. Given the massive support, he enjoys from both locals and leaders allied to him. Hence such a warm reception was to be expected to be accorded to Raila.
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