Orange Democratic party leader, Hounerable Raila Odinga is currently in Meru county where he is being hosted by governor, Kiraitu Murungi together with several leaders from the region. In his second day of the tour today, Odinga was in Nkubu where he made a stopover to address residents. During the rally, Raila Odinga promised to do three things that sent the crowd wild. In his speech, he said that, he will make sure that all youths gets quality employment once they leave schools after graduation.
He continued by saying that, works is not just work, quality work is what matters this days. On education, Odinga promised to continue with good work they started with President Mwai Kibaki so that all kenyans can go to school and help their families out of poverty. He also promised to look for Miraa market outside the country so that Meru farmers can benefit, keeping in mind that residents are currently witnessing looses from Somalia ban on Miraa importation.
Raila Odinga in Nkubu, Meru county today. Photo courtesy.
Leaders who spoke at the rally pleaded with residents to register in large numbers, and vote for Odinga so that he can fulfill his promises to the people come 2022. Hounerable Maoka claimed that, 2022 will neva Mandela moment and the country will be happy to have Raila Odinga as president. He promised to vigorously campaign for ODM Party leader until his dream come true nest year.
Deputy president William Ruto on the other hand is currently in Mombasa, where he is determined to see that his hustlers nation narative gets to the people. He is working so hard to flip the region from Orange democratic party leader, who has enjoyed strong support there for close to three decades. While speaking in Kaloleni, Ruto pleaded with residents to Join him in forming the next government so that they can enjoy his plans of reviving the economy and supporting this who are struggling to run their business.
Odinga in Meru. Photo courtesy.
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