Today is the big day for the Azimio la Umoja Kwanza Alliance flag bearer Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua as they are expected to arrive at Bomas to present their nomination papers, they have decided to seek prayers before the big event.
Raila and his running mate have both attended the All Saints Cathedral for a morning mass before facing a big day ahead of them. According to a video uploaded by Citizen Tv on Twitter, the two arrive at different times, and both are accompanied by a crowd of people. The video is about one minute.
Kenyans seem to attack the tweet saying that Raila is not a religious person and that he is pretending. I will attach some evidence of the replies to the tweet.
Today is the big day for the Azimio la Umoja as they are waiting to have their flag bearer Raila Odinga cleared by the IEBC for the presidential seat. Raila is expected to head to Bomas after church where more updates will be made.
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