Raila Odinga,who arrived in Meru County earlier today,has already commenced her two-day vote hunt in the Mount Kenya East Counties.
He arrrived at Maua a well know place that grows miraa in Meru county,accompanied by Kiratu Murungi current governor in the region,Peter Munya,Ndiritu Mureithi,among others.
During his tour,he promised Meru residents that once he becames the president in the 2022 elections,he will ensure that he negotiates the sale of miraa in foreign countries.
This includes somalia and Democratic Republic Of Congo (DRC) by ensuring that he had settled all the differences to ensure that there is peace to secure good market for miraa.
"Mimi najua wakulima wa miraa wamepata shida mingi kwa kukosa soko…ile soko yetu ya Somalia inadidimia, mara wamefunga mara wamefungua…Ntahakikisha ya kwamba Somalia inafungua mipaka yake na miraa inaenda huko,”He said.
This leaves many Kenyans wondering how the ODM Leader,is making sure that he states what people want to hear to make sure he gets to be the president in 2022 .
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