The former prime minister Raila Odinga has been out of the country for official duties. He attended various meetings at United Arabs Emirates. He represented Africa as it's Africa Union representative on infrastructure.
Today the former prime minister has landed in Nyandarua county for a series of political engagements. He will address several stop overs in the county. He will also meet several leaders and delegates from the county.
The ODM party leader was warmly welcomed by senior Jubilee leaders on his arrival. The leaders are drawn from different counties of larger Mount Kenya region. They include Nyandarua governor Francis Kimemia, Laikipia governor Nderitu Muriithi, Kiambu governor James Nyoro and Kieni legislator Kanini Kega.
The former prime minister is expected to address various issues affecting the region and the country. He will also popularize his Azimio La Umoja manifesto which aims at uniting the country.
Mr. Raila Odinga is competing with deputy president William Ruto to control the vote-rich region ahead of 2022 polls. The two leaders have toured the region severally to sell their manifestos.
This information and photos were shared by ODM bloggers Dennis Nyambane and Chiuri Mwangi on their official Facebook page.
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