Former Gatanga Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Peter Kenneth has been telling the public that former Prime Minister Hon Raila Amollo Odinga has gained ground in various parts of the country, including Mt Kenya, the Coast, Ukambani, Mulembe, the North Eastern region, and even parts of the rift valley region.Hon Raila Amollo's Azimio rally in GarbaTulla, Isiolo county, today drew a fantastic response from the crowd when he claimed Azimio leader Raila's supremacy, with the throng confirming his claims and promising to rally behind the Raila-karua ticket ahead of the August general elections.
The outspoken politician stated emphatically that former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga is far superior to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential nominee, citing Raila's expanding dominance in many sections of the country. As the crowd erupted in cheers, he asked the locals to consider the leadership of the Azimio One Kenya Alliance.please click here to watch https://youtu.be/qkI7S65q1lA
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