Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga today took his campaigns to the RiftValley region in accompany of some of his allies including former presidential candidate Peter Kenneth, Royal Media Services CEO SK Macharia among other.
The former prime minister who is set to make stopovers in the region to sell his presidential bid is currently meeting delegates in Kenmosa village, Kipkorogos where he has been installed as the kalenjin elder.
A brave and excited woman in the crowd has gone ahead to feed Raila Odinga mursik (milk) as he was being installed as the elder before his speech showing that he has received love from the people in the region.
Watch the video below in the first 3 minutes.
In his speech, Raila has appreciated the woman who had fed her the milk stating that he is now fresh and promising to revitalize the milk factories.
At the same time Raila is expected to sell his azimio la umoja mantra to the residents to woo them for their votes and to tell them what his government has in store for them when elected the next president.
Meanwhile his fellow contender DP Ruto is touring the coast region ahead of next year's general elections.
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