Today Raila Odinga drew a large crowd who attended his political rally in Vihiga County. As Vihiga County is the home of ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Raila Odinga has been accepted as king. Residents of Vihiga did not hide their joy when they celebrated Raila Odinga and his supporters by visiting them.
Users of the network who watched Raila Odinga's meeting live on various media also responded to Raila's welcome in Vihiga County. Most of them responded positively to Azimio's takeover of Vihiga County and others wondered if Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula would be able to cast 70% of the vote in the Western region in support of President William Ruto. Below are screenshots of network users' response to this issue.
From the screenshots above you can see how internet users have responded to Raila Odinga's journey to the Western region. For example Onderi said "he hopes Mudavadi is watching how Raila was received in his community". what are your views on this issue please feel free to share your opinion in the comments section.
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