The ODM leader,Raila Odinga today held a very big rally in Nyahururu town where he addressed a large number of residents who came to see and hear him.According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, Raila Odinga focused on the youths who are suffering every day due to lack of jobs.
Raila Odinga said that he has heard the cry of many youths across the country due to their suffering.Then he continued by saying that he will make sure all of them will be enjoying life if he is elected as a president in the 2022 general election. The former prime minister Raila Odinga said that youths were cheated by the Jubilee party during 2017 campaign where they were promised free laptops and many goodies that they have not been given.He went ahead to urge the youths across the country to be keen while electing leaders in the coming elections,that is not to be played by anyone.He requested the youths to support him in the next general election which is planned to happen on August next year.
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