Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader's motorcade was temporarily stopped in Kisumu City at Nyamasaria as thousands of Raila supporters demanded President Uhuru Kenyatta's brother to address them giving police hard time to control the huge crowd. Raila Odinga first landed at Ahero town where he addressed hundreds of his supporters accampanied by different handshake team. While at Ahero, ODM leader urged his supporters to come out in large numbers to register as voters promising that he will only declare in Presidential candidature if he has enough “soldiers."
From Ahero town, Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader made stop overs at Korowe Centre, Nambo Kona, Rabuor, Alendu, Buoye Orongo before he met the huge crowd at Nyamasaria forcing him to spend time Addressing the crowd that blocked his motorcade causing a huge traffic jam
Raila Odinga will be eyeing to consolidate this region to vote for him being one of his major strongholds. His coming is also unite leaders within Kisumu County who are almost divided as 2022 takes shape.
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