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ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga Addresses A Mega Rally In Meru County Amid DP Ruto Chants

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga has camped in Mount Kenya East Region to popularise his Azimio La Umoja.

The former Prime Minister began his three- day tour in Meru County that brought together rivals, Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi and Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya.

The ODM leader first stop was in Miraa growing Igembe Zone where he promised to re-open the closed markets in Somalia if he is elected president, Raila also pledged to explore Miraa market in Somaliland and Tanzania.

During stopovers at Maua, Laare, Muthare, Kianjai, Makutano and Meru town, the ODM boss promised to prioritise economic revival and the fight against disease and poverty. He said he was banking on the youths to lead revolution to usher in a new Dawn.

Today while embarking on meet people tours in the region, Odinga was accompanied by local leaders from the county led by Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi and Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya.

During a mega rally in Nkuchu, Odinga experienced a hard time after local residents chanted deputy President William Ruto name.

Despite the chants, the ODM boss continued to address the residents. He promised to address unemployment and empower the youths.

In the afternoon, Odinga will visit Embu County for a series of political engagements. He will meet elected leaders from the county and party officials.

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Igembe Kiraitu Murungi Meru Miraa ODM


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