A day after Deputy President William Ruto concluded his rally and empowerment in Nyahururu, Laikipia County, Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and his team are set to storm the region and leave their mark.
The former Prime Minister is set to meet up with the people of Nyahururu as ex Mungiki Leader Maina Njenga mobilized the people from his village ahead of the much anticipated rally.
Former communication specialist, Pauline Njoroge shared the brilliant video of how the residents of Nyahururu were preparing to show up at Raila's meeting.
"This is Nyahururu, Maina Village, ahead of Hon. Raila Odinga’s arrival. Residents are walking to town in large numbers to attend his rally.
A few months ago, who would have foreseen this happening at the heart of Central Kenya? Truly politics is the art of the possible!" Pauline Njoroge stated.
This is a brilliant show that Raila Odinga is getting more popular in the Mt Kenya region who are ready to embrace his Presidential bid.
Watch the video of the huge crowd getting prepared for Raila's rally in the link below:
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