Earlier on September 13th, Raila Odinga toured Kajiado county for the Azimio la Umoja edition.Where he met delegates drawn from different parts of Kajiado.
Thereafter Raila Odinga accompanied by leaders Allied to him stormed Kajiado market in Kajiado county.
Where he met large groups of his supporters.Who had turned out in large numbers to receive him.He urged them to rally behind his Azimio la Umoja bid.
Photos: (Screenshots) Raila Odinga interacting with Kajiado market residents.
DP Ruto also today, ended his 2 day meeting with leaders , opinion shapers drawn from the south eastern bloc in Amboseli.Where they discussed national, economic matters and DP Ruto's presidential bid.
Photo: Crowds that Welconed DP Ruto Today at Jimana trading center.
Thereafter, as DP Ruto was departing. He was blocked by a large group of his supporters from Kimana town, Kajiado South constituency, Kajiado County. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his departure?
According to my observation, both DP Ruto and Orange Democratic Party leader, Raila Odinga we're welcomed by fairly huge crowds of their supporters in Kajiado county.
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