As part of Raila's ongoing engagements with the people of Mt. Kenya region, rallying them to support his quest for the presidency. Mt. Kenya being a region perceived to be Deputy President William Ruto's political stronghold.
And praising Raila's move today to engage with business people in the Mt. Kenya region. Kieni Member of Parliament, Kanini Kega has lauded Raila Odinga's move.
Taking to his Facebook page, The parliamentarian posted an update on Raila Meeting. Sharing several photos and captioning words saying, "Baba Meeting the mountain day 2."
Below is the Facebook image;
Remarks that have seemly not resonated well with a section of Kenyan.
A myriad of them has criticized him telling him off that Indeed Rails is a viable presidential candidate.
Even his plan to make inroads in the region also are worth but the only problem is the people. Who is marketing him in the region? Led by Kanini Kegs, a Facebook user identified as Chege alleged that he is unpopular.
Hence a drawback to Raila's quest to seek support in the Mt. Kenya region.
"Baba is good. But he is being marketed by unpopular people," one Facebook user claimed.
Below are the reactions;
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