Photo courtesy of former prime minister Raila Odinga with a member of Parliament Moitalel Kenta.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga reaps big ahead of his Rift Valley tour as he consolidates the Azimio la Umoja Coalition presidential bid. The Azimio continues to boost its agenda across the country as it endeavors to build the next administration ahead of the upcoming contest.
However, the Rift Valley region is among the most targeted robust zones eyed to boost the ambitions of the presidential candidates.
Perhaps, Raila Odinga storms Narok county being accompanied by other Azimio leaders were received by Narok south member of Parliament Moitalel Kenta who took the image of the county in the Azimio. Certainly, Narok county is a mixed-up zone encompassing Deputy President William Ruto's supporters in the Hustler Nation while others fall under the Azimio umbrella.
Consequently, Raila Odinga reaps big as a mammoth crowd thronged his Azimio Rally having received a heroic welcome.
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