The Orange Democratic Movement party led by former prime minister Raila Odinga today brought business to a standstill in Narok county where Raila Odinga received a warm reception from Maa community. As August election nears, Raila Odinga has been receiving defectors to his Azimio la Umoja almost in all his campaigns.
While addressing the crowd, Raila Odinga stated that Ololunga up to Ewaso Nyoro was locked when he visited them. Raila Odinga urged Kenyans to transform Kenya by making it a better place to be for every Kenyan who is rich, middle class and the less fortunate in the society.
Reacting to Raila Odinga's statement, a section of Kenyans took a swipe at him claiming that Raila decided to visit the region on a market day so that they can attract huge crowd. Below are their reactions;
Also below is the link showing how Raila Odinga's rally in Narok county was.
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