The Orange democratic movement party boss Raila odinga took his campaigns to Meru county today . The former Prime Minister was accompanied by Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi. Raila odinga was expected to address the residents of Nkubu ward in Meru county. The the former premier tried to address the residents, the youths decided to give Raila odinga a deaf ear.
Instead of the youths listening to the opposition leader,they decided to heckle him as they chanted the name of deputy president William Tutorial. The irony was that the former premier has been accompanied by Kiraitu Murungi but the governor did not manage to stop his people from heckling Raila odinga.
Odinga being heckled in Meru county is a great boost to the deputy president William Ruto and his "hustler nation " fraternity. This is an indication that the deputy president has grown deep roots into the mountain and also is a sign of growth of his hustler nation movement.
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