It is a season of politics in our country. The general elections will be done on August 9 this year. Many people eyeing different seats are already on the ground campaigning vigorously. The Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga is vying for the presidency for the fifth time. He is enjoying huge support from President Uhuru Kenyatta and many other prominent politicians in the country.
Odinga has been camping in the coastal region for the last three days. Today Raila toured Kwale County accompanied by leaders like Hassan Joho, Wycliffe Ombetsa Oparanya, and Mishi Mboko( Member of Parliament Likoni Constituency) whereby he received a kingly reception.
Various leaders addressed the residents of Kwale with many urging people to vote for Odinga on 9th August. Mishi Mboko attacked Deputy President William Ruto terming him as a failed leader who should not be given a chance to lead Kenya.
She went ahead and asked the DP to stop blaming Uhuru's regime yet he is still in government.
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