Orange Democratic Movement party boss Hon. Raila Odinga today concluded his tour in Mt. Kenya region where he several leaders across the country accompanied him in Nyeri town. Raila Odinga who was concluding his Azimio la Umoja campaigns in the region received a warm reception from the people of Nyeri town.
While addressing them, Raila Odinga stated a number of things which he intends to do if Kenyans give him a chance to rule this country. Raila Odinga warned Kenyans upon electing leaders who will cause blood shed again. As a result, Raila leaked a 13 hours secret meeting he held with president Uhuru Kenyatta when got sworn in at Kasarani and him (Raila) at Uhuru park.
Raila Odinga stated that there was blood shed and protest during that time to extent they even buried 68 people until president Uhuru Kenyatta decided to call him where they talked for 13 hours until they came to an agreement.
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