Raila Amolo Odinga is one the politician who has vied for president in the last 15 years. Just like tuko pamoja slogan used by Jubilee or Kusema na kutenda, Raila has also used several slogans in his campaigns in order to catch the attention of Kenyans. Below are some of the slogans he has used.
1.No body can stop reggae.
Raila used this slogan during BBI campaign across Kenya.
2.Chungwa Moja Maisha Bora.
It means One Orange, Good Life. This is the ODM party slogan that Raila uses whenever he is campaigning for his campaigns or for a candidate vying for a certain seat under the party.
3.Mambo yamebadilika (Everything has changed).
This is the recent slogan that Raila has used in his Presidential campaigns especially in the 2017 campaigns across Kenya. The slogan means Everything has changed.
4.Nasa hao (Trap them).
It was among the slogan that was used by Raila Odinga in 2017 campaigns under National Super Alliance coalition .
5.Raila Tibim tialala.
This is a Luo name that became popular after a luo ohangla artist praised Raila using it. Later, the ODM party leader used is as his slogan in his 2017 presidential campaigns.
Raila used this slogan during the 2007 campaigns.
It was his first slogan he had used during 1997 presidential campaigns under NDP party.
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