Amid drumming support for his 5th Presidential bid ahead of 2022 battle bruise, Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga is expected to climb the rich in votes mountain ahead of his 2 days visit this weekend.
Through the party official twitter page, today and tomorrow, Orange Movement shall be in the President Kenyatta political backyard where Raila will address residents amid series of stakeholders meetings and stopovers.
"Today and Tomorrow, we shall be in the Mt. Kenya. We shall stream live all the events that our party leader @Raila Odinga will address. Keep it here." Informed party communication experts.
Following his visits, Kenyans among them Mount Kenya residents pleads with the ODM leader to distance himself with now "dead" BBI, claiming it is making his popularity go down. Reaction as attached;
Stop Police Brutality: Welcome Mt. Kenya, but lets first lower fuel prices. Remove all taxes from fuel @gladyswanga, that us the only language we understand as Mount Kenya.
Jameson: But tell him to avoid mentioning BBI, it is making his popularity go down.
Ndiragu: Karibu sana Mount Kenya. It is a free county and you can stream live every second of the events. Carry back home enough food stuffs by promoting local traders here.
His visit yo the region comes barely week after Hustler Nation leader William Ruto, who will be in Raila's backyard this weekend, toured Kiambu County in accompany of others UDA associate Rigathi Gachagua, Kandara MP Alice Wahome and Kimani Ichungwa amid readiness for bruise ahead, the two leaders are set to knock horns for top seat soon Uhuru's tenure elapses in 10 months time.
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