The former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga is currently on a tour across the counties as he popularizes his bid for the presidency in the year 2022.
Alongside Raila Odinga was prominent politicians from the region at Mwongiri high school in Borabu Constituency for a funds drive toward the construction of a 1200-capacity dormitory.
The orange democratic party leader Odinga got a good backup from the three - Dr Fred Matiang'i (Interior), Mutahi Kagwe (Health), Eugene Wamalwa (Defence) - were seen at the podium with the ODM party leader.
Dr Matiang'i received the former PM at the compound of Mwongori High School, Borabu Constituency.
Nyamira county was in a standstill state as residents showed their joy when the two leaders, former prime minister Rails Odinga and interior cabinate secretary Dr Fred Matiangi exchanges hugs Infront of the citizens.
Railas bid in this region was actually a nice one as he promised several manifestations that he would wish to satisfy once he is elected the 5th.
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