Raila Odinga and his troops are wrapping three days tour today at the coastal region today after the successful Azimio La Umoja initiative at Kwale early today.
However much concern have been raised concerning the well about of his top and close allies from the coastal region and other parts of the country after viral videos and photos going round online.
The various leaders who skipped his tour include, Governor Hassan Joho of Mombasa, Governor Salim Mvurya, Governor James Ongwae, Maina Kamanda, Jeremiah Kioni, Charity Ngilu, Kanini Kega Kiraitu Murungi, among others.
He was however in company of some leaders including, SK Macharia, Junet Mohamed, Governor Alfred Mutua, Governor Kivuta Kibwana, James Orengo, Peter Kenneth, Governor Amason Kingi among others.
Raila Odinga has insisted that his government ensure less fortunate families receives a social fund of Ksh. 6,000 to sustain them. He is expected to wrap his tour today after traversing several places in the coastal region.
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