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Ruto's Githurai Crowd Aside, Raila Pulls A Huge Crowd In Kakamega, Sends Message Of Unity

Orange democratic party leader Honerable Raila Odinga in Kakamega county. Photo courtesy.

Last week, Deputy president William Ruto shocked the country after pulling a huge crowd I'm Githurai Kiambu County. An impromptu meeting with residents raised several questions in the country concerning his popularity in the country. Several people claimed that it is his time to shine come 2022 and probably become president.

Well, today, orange democratic party leader Honerable Raila Odinga took Kakamega county with a storm. He was received with several residents who were heard chatting his name in the streets. This has been seen as a show of mighty within the region that is considered Musalia Mudavadi backyard.

"The time has come for us to cleanse our country of the spirit of anger and bitterness and the spirit of revenge and entitlement. And the Mulembe Nation ROARED" posted Orange democratic party.

"We have come to western Kenya with a message of peace, unity and stability that will enable us create lasting prosperity for the Mulembe nation and the country as a whole. This is why we started this journey last month, with a call to unity of the nation" said Raila Odinga.

Here are some reactions.

"OMG. @ahmednasirlaw Me dont like the ROARING at all. Such crowds are threatening my heart during the Pandemic. BABA must avoid this kind of temptation to put his supporters at risk. BABA like others should limit such massive crowds for the good of his" posted David.

"Western Is Part of Kenya That is always undecided, They don't know if it's Mudavadi, Kituyi, Wetangula or Oparanya for President. That's why ODM Still Commands 50% Of the region & UDA Is Slowly Sneaking for atleast 25% Votes as Per Constitution on Presidential Vote per county." Posted David.

Raila Odinga in Kakamega county today. Photo courtesy.

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