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Excitement in Wang'uru After Raila Odinga Greets the People in Kikuyu Language

Kirinyaga county on Wednesday played host to the country's top three politicians amid rising politicians barely 10 months to next year's General Elections.

President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga shared a podium at the Wang'uru stadium in Mwea as the country marked its 58th Madaraka Day celebrations.

When Raila Odinga was called upon to address those present, he chose to greet the people in the local Kikuyu language which saw Kenyans in the facility burst in cheers.

Raila Odinga noted that he was very happy to be among those present during the event and thanked president Uhuru Kenyatta for giving him a chance to attend the historic event.

He gave other One Kenya Alliance members to address the residents and on behalf of the alliance, Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi addressed the residents of Kirinyaga.

Unlike expected, Musalia Mudavadi did not address the issue of the curfew like he has been doing in the recent past when he asked the Head of State to lift the curfew.

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Kirinyaga Musalia Mudavadi Raila Odinga Uhuru Kenyatta Wang'uru


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