photo; Raila and his grand child enjoying a train ride today
Ever since Orange Democratic Movement party leader Baba Raila Odinga hold a grand Azimio La Umoja national convention at Kasarani this month on 10th, he had resolved to take a break from his rallies only attending some of them which have neccessitated him.
Today the former prime minister together with Kakamega govenor Wyclieffe Oparanya have enjoyed a train ride from Muhoroni to Kisumu after it was re-launched a few days ago, upon arrival Raila Odinga met an excited crowd in Kisumu whom he addressed telling them the areas the train will be covering from Kisumu city via Nakuru city to Nairobi city.
As Raila was addresing the people some youths can be heard pleading to have Kisumu govenor Professor Anyang Nyong'o speak but Raila went on his speach reminding them of his Azimio La Umoja that seeks to unite Kenyans ahead of the much anticipated 2022 general elections. Here is the link;
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