Speaking from Nyeri county as the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga met Mt. Keny leaders and youth today on November 27th, the Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter moved the crowd with a bold speech on what Mt. Kenya people are looking for for for as they rally behind the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Today, Raila Odinga is leading the Azimio la Umoja in Mount Kenya and several key leaders from the rich vote region have endorsed the Azimio la Umoja as the only way to secure Kenyans who are ravaging poverty have attended the meeting.
Raila has shared his 2022 ambitions Where he has told the residents of Nyeri under his power is going to put everything right including corruption which is a major problem in our county Kenya.
A lady has left the Residents of Nyeri laughing after revealing the love she has for Raila that she has been admiring Raila's political career since she was young.
"Baba I love your political drama and we will vote for you Raila." The lady said.
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