Raila Odinga and his Azimio la Umoja team bumped into traffic Police roadblock in Kisumu just hours after attending their anti-President Ruto campaign in Migori.
Odinga visited Migori County just a day after officially calling for demonstrations against President William Ruto-led administration that kicked off on Thursday afternoon.
While speaking in Migori, Odinga and his fellow Azimio principals urged Azimio supporters in that part of Kenyan to remain very strong behind them in delivering a just Kenya.
And after finishing his tour of Migori, Odinga saw it wise to visit the home of Grace Onyango, a former woman Member of Parliament of Kisumu who passed on a week a ago.
Odinga was accompanied by Kisumu County Governor Ayang' Nyong'o, embattled Jubilee Party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni and National Assembly minority leader Opiyo Wandayi.
However, on his way to Grace's home Raila was stopped by police officers who mounted roadblocks to stop anybody who would access the Kisumu State Lounge.And this reportedly forced Odinga to alight from his vehicle to talk to the police so that they could allow them to pass.
After heated argument with the police that almost resulted into chaos, the police allowed them to proceed with their journey.
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