Raila Odinga's coastal close ally Hassan Joho yesterday wowed Eastleigh and its environment with the message of hope, unity and peace. Joho urged all Kenyans to vote wisely next year and put into office people with good track records, character and integrity. One thing that excited citizens is that he attracted a huge crowd.
Debz @debano57. Our party leaders Joho and Oparanya can pull a mammoth of people on their own. Let everybody campaign. It is Raila's moment now.
Joe @joenyayo. Surprisingly, governor 001 is attracting thousands of people than Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideon Moi.
It should be remembered that Odinga was yesterday in Western whereby he assured the people that the revival of collapsed industries is doable and that he will give it a priority once elected President of Kenya next year. He indicated this as he addressed residents of Butere at Sabatia Market.
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