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5 Events Raila Odinga Has Held In The Last 24 Hours That Proves His Presedential Quest Ahead Of 2022

ODM's party leader, Raila Amollo Odinga is working tirelessly to push for his presedential bid in most of the regions in Kenya ahead of 2022 elections. He has moved from one region to another to let his 'Azimio La Umoja' known to the people.

However, what has caught our attention is, the events he has been able to attend in the past 24hours despite his old age. These occasions are:

1. Azimio la Umoja Rift Valley Edition

Yesterday, Raila was at Uasin Gishu County to launch ' Azimio la Umoja' in the region. He was received with lots of love and a mass of people had come out to receive and listen to him.

From the large mass gesture, it's evident that Kenyans have started to understand that tribalism doesn't pay bearing in mind, the Rift Valley is where Ruto is loved most expecting a low turn up for Baba's event.

2. Mega Rally In Eldoret Town

After the launch of Azimio la Umoja' Baba held a rally to let his people know his agenda which aims at bringing people together.

3. Funeral Service In Mumias

Before Baba arrived at Eldoret he was from a burial at Musanda, Mumias where he condoled with the grieving family of Mumias West No.

4. Crowned At Villa Rosa Kempinski

Later in the evening at around 9 P.M, Odinga attended a function organized by Hekima Kaka Initiative.

The event which was graced by Peter Kenneth, S.K Macharia among others aimed at honouring Odinga for his efforts to support our country democratically.

5. He is Currently in Isiolo County

Today, Baba has been welcomed by Ukur Yatani and Isiolo's Governor in the region where he is set to launch his agenda of bringing all Kenyans together.

From the aforementioned occasions,it's evident that Baba is determined to win come 2022. We wish him all the best as he campaigns.

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