Photo; Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga interacting with his supporters at a past event.
United Democratic Alliance Party-related slogans and Deputy President William Ruto's name have today rented the air in ODM party leader, Raila Odinga's stopover forcing him to end his stopover prematurely and depart in Nakuru -a region perceived to be DP Ruto's turf. Given that he enjoys massive support from both locals and leaders allied to him. As things started turning out ugly.
The ODM party leader, Raila Odinga in the company of the paucity of Leaders allied to him. Led by Governor Lee Kinyanjui had toured the region.
In a bid to popularize Raila's 2022 presidential quest and the Azimio la Umoja bid. However, things turned out ugly and chaotic at the stopover for them.
As the agitated crowd allegedly allied to DP Ruto linked UDA party began heckling at them, shouting and chanting rival slogans.
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