Photo: Raila's Chopper Landing
Former Prime Minister's Chopper on Monday landed on the busy Ahero-Kisumu highway.
Seen in a short video clip,a traffic snarl up was experienced in the road after police officers blocked vehicles to allow Odinga's Chopper land.
Raila Odinga alighted from the Chopper and boarded waiting vehicle as the activity brought the busy highway to a standstill.
Raila's entourage proceeded with journey as a mammoth crowd chanting Baba and ODM slogans followed him.
The ODM leader is in his backyard to preside over several functions in Ahero and other parts of Kisumu County.
He is in the company of Kisumu County Governor Onyang Nyong'o and other leaders from the region.
The visit comes barely a few days after Raila Odinga took a two day break from his countrywide tours and Kenyans were quick to raise concerns over Raila's absence.
In other news,Raila's 2022 rival William Ruto managed to storm Raila's perceived stronghold Busia and Kakamega during the weekend.
Ruto also made a visit to Kiambaa on Sunday and on today's Monday he's at Makueni County to meet UDA supporters.
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