residents of Ngeche town in Kiambu turned up in their numbers to listen to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga address them. Raila was in the area for a vote hunt mission. He was accompanied by among others the area governor James Nyoro who exuded confidence that the area residence will vote for the former prime minister.
Raila Addressing resident with Visible police in the crowd
There was a heavy police presence in the region which has for long being assumed to be a jubilee stronghold going by the results of 2017. However, since the fallout of the two top leaders and the coming of the handshake, Raila seeks to be benefiting going by the reception he received in the area.
Railawhile addressing the residence promised to ensure that security becomes his priority in the area as he plans to make the area an economic hub once he assumes office as the president in the next general election. The crowd was excited to be addressed by Raila Odinga.
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