Today, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga took his charm offensive politics to Deputy President Dr. William Ruto's perceived political Backyard in Trans Nzoia County, Rift Valley Region to rally masses behind his Azimio la Umoja narrative.
This becomes the second tour in Rift Valley after he had a successful campaign rally in Uasin Gishu County a month ago. He is also expected to make several stops at some parts of western Kenyan including Kitsle and Kakamega counties.
While in Trans Nzoia, Raila called upon voters to turn out in large numbers this time around to vote for him. Below is a list of Powerful leaders from Mount Kenya region, Rift Valley Region, Western Kenya, and Nyanza who accompanied him as he raids Ruto's political backyard; Elgeiyo Marakwet Governor Alex Tolgoi, Noah Wekesa, Stephen Taurus, Noah Wekesa, Jeremiah Kioni, Peter Kenneth, Wycliffe Oparanya, Dorcas Njenga, Junet Mohammed, Hon Caleb Amisi, Fred Gumo from wastelands and Godfrey Osotsi.
Otherwise, watch the video of Raila in Trans Nzoia using the link below.
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