Video showing a section of Narok residents on Sunday allegedly walking out of Raila Odinga's rally in Narok has gone viral. In zze video, thousands of Narok residents who attended the rally at Ole Ntimama's Stadium can be seen walking away as the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate was still giving his speech.
Today's Rally was the first one Raila Odinga attended together with his running mate, Martha Karua alongside Azimio La Umona brigade. While addressing Narok residents, Raila and his Azimio entourage promised to look into land issues which has been a major problem in the region.
The video showing a section of those who attended Azimio's rally at Ole Ntimama's Stadium has gone viral thereby eliciting mixed reactions from Kenyans. Renowned Kenyan Lawyer based in Canada, Miguna Miguna has broken silence on the viral video as he reinstates that Azimio La Umoja has no place to hide.
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Martha Karua urged the locals to support Azimio La Umoja Coalition which has the best economic agenda for the country. She further reinstated that there competitors cannot be trusted with the leadership of the country.
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