Today, Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga accompanied by leaders allied to him toured Kamukunji in Nairobi County.
Where Raila held a conservative meeting with locals and leaders allied to him from the region.As he continued to popularize his Azimio la Umoja bid.
Thereafter, Raila held brief stopovers that turned out to be heroic. As huge crowds of his supporters turned out in large numbers to grace his tour in the region.
A warm welcome that has been widely lauded by Raila Odinga allies. And joining the bandwagon is Kieni member of Parliament, Kanini Kega.
Who taking to his Facebook page, he lauded and penned down a congratulatory remark to Raila Odinga.
"The 5th at Kanairo," Kanini Kega penned down.
Below is the Facebook image;
A remark that seemy has not resonated well with a section of some online fans.
Who have criticized him, telling off that the pulling large crowds by politicians is not an indication. That one will win, hence should avoid early jubilstiobs.As voters are the ones who will decide.
"Gatherings are for all, voting is a secret exercise ngonjeni matokeo, wengi mtafaint," one Facebook user identified as Sami penned down.
Below are the reactions;
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