Raila in a public rally
With less than ten months remaining to the next general elections that are scheduled on August 2022, political activities have started gaining momentum with the presidential seat being the hot seat that is expected to bring two forces Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto with the One Kenya Alliance also trying to make a formidable force.
Orange Democratic Movement party leader Baba Raila Amollo Odinga has on today Sunday visited Nairobi county where he has first attended a church service in the company of several allies like Babu Owino, Antony Olouch, Sabina Chege, Esther Passaris and many more others.
After the church service Raila has embarked on meet people tour in the country capital addressing thousands of residents. however, the former prime minister has been forced to alter his speech after excited youths kept shouting Raila's name carrying boards high, this made Babu Owino in conjuction with Raila Odinga to plead with the youths to put down the boards so that everybody can see them. Here is the link;
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