Raila Amollo Odinga had a successful tour in Makueni where he met a section of Ukambani leaders and a Makueni county residents. Raila Amollo Odinga has been touring all over the country to sell his Azimio la Umoja agenda which is aimed to unite the country and to tell millions of Kenyans to vote him in as the next president of the Republic of Kenya.
Many leaders have been referring the former prime minister as the state project as in most cases Uhuru Kenyatta has been supporting him as the only person who can change the economic status of this country.
Today, three things were spotted in his Makueni tour that spark mich reactions saying that Raila might be now owning full state project.
Before Raila Amollo Odinga arrived many security officers were deployed, this is an order that comes from internal security government agencies which must come from the president and must know about it. Many security officers were also spotted in Wote stadium when different leaders were Addressing the crowd that attended.
Government cars were also spotted and Raila Amollo Odinga has been using them in campaigns. Government cars flooded Wote stadium in Makueni today and this must be the authority that must be given by top state agencies.
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