Raila Odinga has on Saturday made a trip to Isiolo county where he has continued with his Azimio La Umoja as he seeks to stamp authority in the region.
He continued promise to create more job opportunities for the youth if he becomes Kenya's fifth president, the Orange supremo said he will also look into the needs of jobless Kenyans and ensure they get a monthly stipend from the government.
However during Raila's adress, the crowd that attended the event went wild shouting "Kuti must go".
Raila told the crowd that Mohammed Kuti will go home come 2022 if they vote against him even as they went wild in the event shouting "kuti Kuti Must go"
The crowd which seemingly continued with the chants forced Raila to continually assure them that they'll get the chance to cast out their leader as they'll elect someone who they desire.
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