Today has been one of the best days since Raila started campaigning for the 2022 presidential elections. This came after his supporters proved to him that they still exist and ready to support him. Raila moved around Nairobi where he visited some of the places with strong political support with powerful, Influencial aspiring leaders.
After visiting Burma, Raila visited Kamukunji. This is a constituency where one of aspiring leaders in Raila's camp with strong guaranteed support comes from. Raila visited Alinur Mohamed's constituency where people turned out in large to listen to Raila. This is something that couldn't make Alinur Mohamed hide his happiness.
This is the first time Raila is visiting Kamukunji since Alinur Mohamed announced his bid to go for the parliamentary seat. Posting on his Twitter account, Alinur Mohamed celebrated quoting the words quoted below;
"Baba Raila Odinga ndio fom, Baba ndio rieng. Kamukunji iko love," said Alinur.
This marks the begining of the journey that awaits him in less than a year to come.
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