The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga has reportedly landed in Meru County this afternoon where he has been met by a sea of humanity who were waiting for him since morning.
The Orange party chief took his Azimio la Umoja campaigns to the leeward side of the Mount Kenya region where he's expected to launch a Voter Registration drive and also entice locals to vote for him in the upcoming General election in 2022.
As seen through photos and videos clips shared online by Netizens, Raila was accorded a heroic reception by Maua town residents who adorned Orange attires Baring Raila's names and photos. The residents reportedly blocked his motorcade and demanded to be addressed.
Meanwhile below is a list of Powerful Governors, Legislatures, and politicians who accompanied Raila to Meru today: Leaders in Hon. Raila Odinga’s Meru tour:
H.E Kiraitu Murungi, H.E Ali H. Joho, CS Peter Munya, JP Whip, Hon. Maoka Maore, Minority Whip, Hon. Junet Mohamed, Hon. Peter Kenneth, Hon. Kanini Kega, Hon. M. Kamanda, Hon. Gladys Wanga, Hon. Fatuma Gedi among other local politicians.
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