Photos of Raila Odinga in Narok That Proves He's Still a Political Heavyweight
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 1 views
Photos of ODM party leader HE the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in Narok today has once again proven that he is a political enigma in the country after he attracting a very huge number of crowd in the beautiful county of Narok. Before the rally, Raila first had attended a church service at the Covenant Church International in Rotani where he amazed Kenyans with his preaching skill as he red the bible. During the mass, Raila has appealed to Kenyans to pray for the country as political tension continues to escalate and not let politicians divide them. Below are some of the photos showing Raila Raila addressing Narok County residents as he rallies them behind the Building Bridges Initiative report.
On other related news, While Raila was in Narok, Deputy president Dr William Ruto camped in Nyandarua County to sell his wheelbarrow narrative and has been Received well by Jubilant Kenyans.
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