Orange Democratic Movement party leader Baba Raila Amollo Odinga today has continued his tour of Mount Kenya East starting his tour from Meru. The political supremo continue to have a grip through the Azimio La Umoja campaign on the Mountain that he has lost for the past fifteen years.
In his tour today to Maua, Meru county Rails Odinga was accompanied by several leaders from all the parts of the country. Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi was thr one who welcomed Baba to the county together with former Meru governor and current cabinet secretary for Agriculture, Peter Munya. Other leaders were Mombasa governor Hassan Joho, Laikipia governor Nderitu Mureithi, Kisii governor James Ongwae, Peter Kenneth, Maoka Maore, Mpuri Aburi, Kanini Kega, Junet Mohammed, Gladys Wanga and many others.
Raila has called on the residents to be his soldiers and he will help in finding external market in DRC, Somalia and Tanzania for Miraa which is grown in the county in large, he has also stressed that his government means business and will create jobs and give a Ksh 6, 000 monthly stipend to poor families, here is the link;
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