Raila Odinga is expected to have a rally in Nyahururu, a day after William Ruto toured the area. The area goveenor is a staunch supportwr of the former Prime Minister and it was perceived to be William Ruto's stronghold. A huge number of people are spotted walking into Raila Odinga's rally that will be held today in Nyahururu.
Pauline Njoroge: This is Nyahururu, Maina Village, ahead of Raila Odinga's visit. Residents are walking to town in large numbers to attend his rally. A few years ago, who would have seen this happening at the heart of central region. Truly, politcs is the heart of the possible!
The 2022 elections will be based on agenda and not tribal politics as the deputy president usually say. Raila Odinga and William Ruto are the main competitors. Yesterday, William Ruto said that Raila Odinga is welcomed in the mountain but he should know that it is a UDA Zone. Do you agree that central region is shifting to be Raila's stronghold?
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