Raila Odinga was left in stitches at Karatina as thousands of locals turned up for his Rally cheering at him and Uhuru Kenyatta over their partnership.
According to the video, the jovial youths blocked Raila's motorcade as they cheer at him over his handshake deal which has brought peace thought the country.
The former prime minister Raila Odinga was given a warm reception as he assures the locals that he will succeed with the Uhuru's development progress.
The Happy youths blocked Odinga's motorcade as they cheer at Raila Odinga declaring him as the next president of Kenya.
The former prime minister was accompanied by high profile leaders from Mt Kenya including Peter Kenneth, Kanini Kega, Sabina Chege, David Murathe, Lee Kinyanjui and among other powerful leaders from Mt Kenya region.
Mr Odinga was shocked by huge multitude who accompanied him at Karatina leaving his motorcade with no space,to sail through.
The locals assured Raila of their votes in the August polls as Raila hint at proceeding with Uhuru's footsteps to develop the country.
Video link source: https://www.facebook.com/RailaOdingaKE/videos/1383134678813248/?app=fbl
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