Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has made fresh announcement barely a day after the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and the Deputy President William Ruto camps separately invaded his county. The vocal ODM Senator was among leaders who welcomed the former Prime Minister in Narok County. The Deputy President William Ruto had also taken his Campaigns in Narok.
However, according to the Narok Senator the visit of the ODM Party Leader and the warm welcome accorded to him by the residents of Narok County who massively came out to meet him is a clear evidence that the maasai Community is supporting Raila Odinga.
The former Prime Minister has enjoyed massive support from the maasai Community and that is evident by the numbers of elected leaders he has been getting through his party.
Ledama Olekina has also been voted in twice through the ODM Party ticket. The announcement by the Narok Senator comes amid speculations by Political pundits the Deputy President William Ruto has taken Raila Odinga's support.
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