Former prime minister and Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader Raila Odinga's son Raila Junior has allegedly aimed shots at his father's rival deputy president William Ruto following today's rally in Meru county.
In his latest tweet,Raila Junior says that there is someone who purported to have the key to the mountain region which is a lie.
The vocal son to the enigma further notes that it is evident doors are wide open following today's rally in Meru county where his father was warmly welcomed by the leaders in that region.
Accompanied by various leaders from the ODM camp, Raila was taken on a ride by Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi together with his rival and agriculture cabinet secretary Peter Munya who united inorder to drum up support for Raila's presidency in 2022.
It is seemingly that Raila is getting accepted in the mountain contrary to earlier claims that the region is dominated by Ruto only and that selling the former PM there would be hard.
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