The Orange Democratic leader Raila Odinga was in a church service in Laikipia. After the church service Odinga had time to engage with wananchi for hi campaigns.
In his tweet Odinga expressed his impression to the people of Laikipia after listening to their challenges he posted."I have a great time everytime I get to hang with young people. Today in Laikipia,they very impressively laid out their challenges,and we had a comprehensive discussion solution." Odinga said.
Odinga continued," That is the sort of Kenya we want. A Kenya of solution,not excusses,a nation at work and not bureaucracies. We want a working efficient Kenya. Inaezekana." Odinga said.
On the other side the deputy president was in Meru attended a thanksgiving ceremony at the A.I.P.C.A. at St.Lorent Angaielne church Timau Meru County. After which he engages with wananchi to sell his bottom up economic model to the people of Meru county.
But what is more surprising that left people talking in Kenya is when the two leader read from the same verse. The ODM leader Raila Odinga and the deputy president today for the first time share from the same verse
The two leader today quoted Psalm 133 that reads "Behold,how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity"
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