- This is after a crowd he was addressing in Meru chanted Dp Ruto's name.
As the 2022 general election fast approaches, the political bigwigs are moving across the country in an attempt to consolidate their support base.
The Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo Odinga is currently in meru county where he is continuing his Azimio La Umoja campaign.
Odinga, who is among the 2022 presidential aspirant has reportedly met his much while addressing the locals in the region.
According to Nation Africa statement on it's officially Twitter account, Odinga was shutt down by a crowd who chanted Ruto's name while he addresses the crowd.
"ODM party leader Raila Odinga addresses a crowd in Meru amid DP Ruto chants."
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Source brief to opera news details, "We do not want to see this. If you know you are going to shout Ruto's name in Raila's rally or Raila's name in Ruto's rally, you better stay at home. Coasterians, like Homa Bay and Eldoret have been receptive, listening calmly as Ruto and Raila sell their agenda. Let's keep calm."
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