Honorable Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili Member of Parliament, has shared two composite images comparing the throngs he drew in Bungoma with those Raila drew in his Azimio La Umoja side rally in the same county.
The two images have caused debate, and it's unclear whether Raila Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement Party, is losing popularity in the Western region as a result of them.
In a statement, Didmus Barasa apologized to Raila Odinga, alleging that Bungoma County was under the control of Deputy President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Coalition at the time.
Is Raila Odinga's Western status changing as a result of Moses Wetangula and Mudavadi joining the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Coalition?
Didmus Barasa of Kimilili is a member of the National Assembly, and his post may be seen here.
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