Although Raila Odinga is currently surrounded by new faces ahead of the August 9th 2022 general election, there are his usual ODM diehards like James Orengo, Otiende Amollo, Alinur Mohamed, Hassan Joho, Ledama Olekina among others who are still supporting him strongly on the ground.
Today, one of Raila Odinga's close allies and ODM life member Alinur Mohamed caused a stir in the country after he publicly told Baba to consider putting up measures which will ensure that Kenyans enjoy the weekend long world Safari Rally series in Naivasha.
Through his official twitter account, Alinur Mohamed stated that many people have been calling him to facilitate them for the Safari Rally series. For that reason, he turned to his boss Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga and running mate Martha Karua and told them to help out if they win the forthcoming general election.
According to Alinur Mohamed, Baba and Mama should put aside funds to facilitate free transport, accomodation and food for poor Kenyans who are willing to attend the WSR series in Naivasha.
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