Unlike other Days where the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga, Narc Kenya Party leader Hon Martha Karua and Wiper Leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka among many other Azimio-One Kenya alliance supporters receive a heroic welcome full of joyful shouts and joy, today on Monday things were different as far as the ongoing Garissa Tour was concerned.
According to the viral video clip seen by this writer obtained from Azimio Tv, the three Political leaders can be seen and heard struggling to sell Azimio in the North Eastern while the Media team that is always Jovial during other Rallies is heard maintaining silence even as Kalonzo continue to urge locals to vote for Raila.
And adding salt to an injury, Media reports have indicated that unlike in the other days where Raila and Karua addresses roadside rallies and town meetings, the former Prime Minister after being alerted of what could happen canceled the venue of Today's Rally and relocated to a nearby police station, a move that reportedly triggered residents from attending the Meeting.
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