The Odinga family has been standing tall with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga throughout his political career as he seeks to clinch power as the fifth president of Kenya in the upcoming General Elections. Raila's wife Mama Ida Odinga, his son Raila Odinga junior, and his daughters Winnie and Rosemary Odinga have in several instances accompanied their dad to high-profile events both in Kenya and outside the country as he continues to sell his manifestos to Kenyans ahead of the 9th August elections.
Today, the Azimio leader met the Kenyans living with disabilities to sell his manifestos and strategies he will employ will in office to cater for their needs. Her daughter Rosemary Odinga who lost her sight at one time before seeking Indian traditional medicine which restored her sight attended the event. While taking to her Facebook page, here is what she wrote sparking reactions from Kenyans. "Everybody deserves an opportunity to participate in every aspect of life to the best of their abilities. We need to ensure that adequate policies and activities are put in place to this effect." Here are some comments from Kenyans below:
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