Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga accompanied by leaders allied to him marked the end of their 3-day tour in the Mt. Kenya region. By making several stopovers at different towns on their way to Kenya's capital, Nairobi.
Where Raila Odinga interacted with locals. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his departure in the regions. At Narumoru as he is expected also to your, Kenol, Juja and Githurai.However, Raila Odinga making his entry into Karatina town, Nyeri County. Raila was received by large crowds of his supporters. Who had turned out also in large numbers.To grace his tour in the region.
But a section of rowdy youths, men and women broke into shouts and chants as Raila's motorcade made entry.
Via a viral video shared online, some irate locals are seen and heard chanting and shouting," Ruto, Ruto, Ruto, UDA."
Please click to watch the video on this link. As shared by PLO Sigei via his Facebook page.However, despite the disruption from the few hecklers. Raila Odinga managed to interact with locals causing a standstill in Karatina town.
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