Today, ODM leader Raila Odinga has continued with his Azimio la Umoja tours. He has been traversing different parts of the country trying to bring Kenyans together. For the past few days, he has been touring Mt Kenya region. Today, he was in Nyeri county.
He was accompanied by several political leaders including Nakuru county governor honourable Lee Kinyanjui. Kinyanjui has taken to Facebook to speak about the reception. He went ahead and a message to Kenyans.
According to him, as Kenyans, we should look out for leaders who have the interest of the country at heart, those who have record of sacrificing their ambition for the sake of peace and prosperity of the nation. He therefore thanked Nyeri residents for their warm welcome to Raila Odinga.
These tours comes just before Raila is set to announce whether he will vie for presidency. The meeting is set to happen next month in Nairobi.
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