The leaders projected Odinga as the ideal successor to build on the foundation laid by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
They hailed Odinga's weekend visit through Mount Kenya as an indication of better political fortunes, saying that he would solidify President Kenyatta's inheritance just as guarantee security and congruity.
"We need someone who will takeover and there will be congruity in the sort of improvement projects that have been begun. Furthermore, someone who won't upset our organizations and thirdly someone who we can sit with and concede to how to go ahead," said Titus Ibui, Mt. Kenya Foundation Vice Chairman.
The gathering came against the setting of Odinga's energized end of the week long appeal hostile of Central Kenya that finished with an extemporaneous convention at Nairobi's Githurai region.
The pioneers hailed the ODM pioneers thrill seeker moves in the Mount Kenya locale to break what has been portrayed as Raila fear.
"No one at any point imagined that you could climb Mt. Kenya and move down without slipping," expressed Peter Munga, Mt. Kenya Foundation Chairman.
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