Former prime minister Raila Odinga has been in Coastal Region for the last three days.While in coastal region, Raila Odinga has been popularising the Building Bridges Initiative bill.He has urged all the coastal leaders and residents to embrace the Building Bridges Initiative bill.The Orange Democratic Movement party leader,he received a warm welcoming in Samburu.
Kwale's people received him and they promised Raila to support the bill by popularising it across the coastal region.
Ole Kiyiapi has send a powerful message to Raila Odinga, according to him he has disclosed that Raila Odinga received a warm reception with intense community engagement while in Samburu,Kwale county.
Ole Kiyiapi said"That is intense community engagement with visibly warm reception!"
The coastal region leaders have been having a series of meetings that led to Allegations of formation of new coastal party.The region has been Raila's backyard,as most of candidates belong to ODM party.Some of political analyst,view Raila's move as the way to consolidate coastal region unity.
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