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Omanga Reminds Raila Of His Past Rally In Meru, Makes Remarks On The Current Rally

The former prime minister Raila Odinga was on yesterday 18th October, 2021 holding rally with the Meru county constituents as nominated senator reminds him of his 2027 rally in the same county issuing fresh details of his current rally in Meru.

The ODM chief, Raila Odinga, is one of the potential 2022 presidential aspirants seeking to unseat president Uhuru Kenyatta. Raila, who was in Meru county, attracted huge crowds that nominated senator, Millicent Omanga, has said they will not vote for him.

Reflecting on the 2017 campaigns, Millicent Omanga, has reminded the opposition leader that the crowd he was addressing yesterday in Meru county was a replica of the crowd he addressed at 2017 that didn't vote for him.

Omanga, who is a Ruto, UDA strong supporter, has told the ODM chief that in the 2022 general elections, what happened to him in 2017 general elections would happen to him again.

Despite Meru's leaders led by the county boss Hon. Kiraitu Murungi to assure him of their support, Omanga seems to be saying Raila is being played by Meru leaders and its constituents.

However, Raila Odinga, is seeking to get strong support from Kenyans to back his bid for him to beat the likes of William Ruto and OKA aspirants who are considered leaders with high stakes to lead this nation.

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Meru ODM Omanga Raila Raila Odinga


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