Raila Odinga continued today with his campaigns in Kisii.Raila was accompanied by different leaders in Kisii including Azimio Aspirants vieing for different posts in Kisii county.Raila managed to pull alot of people from the county and have asked them to vote for them.
Different leaders from Kisii also asked the people to vote for Raila.The rally however turned bad for Kisii gubernatorial aspirant Sam Ongeri as he was left angered by Raila's supporters.This is after the leader was unable to address the county residents despite being given chance during the rally.
It was when Ongeri tried to dram up for Raila's campaign when Simba Arati's fans turned against him.Simba Arati's chants felt the air leaving Sam Ongeri frustrated.Despite supporting Raila's candidature,Sam Ongeri seemed not to be needed by Kisii people.
Sam Ongeri could not control his anger and he was forced to tell Arati's fans to just continue making noice.Despite this Ongeri could not stop asking Kisii people to vote for Raila as president and him as the next Kissii governor.
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