The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader Hon Raila Odinga attended a burial ceremony of the mother of Nyeri Deputy Governor Caroline Wanjiru Karugu in Nyeri ahead of his Murang'a Azimio La Umoja Chapter tomorrow.
After passing his condolences to the bereaved family, Baba decided to pass greetings to the residents of Karatina. However, the ODM supremo was dealt a huge blow with a bad reception during his roadside rally as pro-Ruto chants rent the air.
This is a clear indication that Ruto's political might and influence in the region is still at the peak despite Raila's close relationship with the incumbent Head of State President Uhuru who has been rallying support for the Handshake Alliance from the Mount Kenya residents. However, some Kenyans resonating with his Azimio La Umoja Movement came out in big numbers to listen to his manifestos. Watch the video clip of the pro-Ruto Karatina youths through this link below: https://www.facebook.com/100063627374054/posts/345405374257039/?app=fbl
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