The 2022 general elections campaigns have already kicked off in the country and the top candidates aspiring to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta at the statehouse have already introduced themselves to the residents of different regions through rallies.
Deputy President William Ruto and the former prime minister Raila Odinga are the two horses who have already started making their steps with Ruto currently visiting the coastal region and Odinga on the other side visiting the Mount Kenya region.
The three-day rally of the ODM party leader that started on Monday 18th will be ending on Wednesday in Kirinyaga county where leaders are expected to join up together in the Mashujaa Day celebration which happens on 20th of October every year. Raila started his tour in Meru, Maua in his first day, and on his second day he passed through Tharaka Nithi and Embu counties where his words elicited mixed reactions among different citizens.
Talking of the increased market in Miraa sales inside and outside the country, below is what Odinga said on his second day.Here are the reactions from angered kenyans.
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