Raila Odinga has today been in the forefront of leading in mass registration of voters in Nairobi county.He was accompanied by the acting Nairobi's governor Ann Kananu during the critical event.
Raila Odinga urged Kenyans to support "Azimio La Umoja'" as he prepares to complete the development projects that are currently being run by president Uhuru Kenyatta.He asked voters in Nairobi to fully support him just as they did back in 2017 despite the fact that he failed to win.
Raila claimed that he will focus on accomplishing the education program to give laptops to students.He attacked his close opponent DP Ruto for his idea of donating wheelbarrows to students who have undergone tertiary education.Raila claims that students from university should be given high technological equipments for more productive work.
Raila further urged Kenyans to maintain unity before and after elections.His close allies echoed his remarks and asked the UDA team to stop spreading hatred through the 'Madoadoa' remarks.You may watch the video via the link below.
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