Raila today has made one of the most daring vote hunting tours in the Mount Kenya region. Luckily the former prime minister was not alone in his tour since he was accompanied by several Mount Kenya leaders from the region who vigorously campaigned for him. They included two governors who began the journey with him from Karatina and culminated in Githurai.
Kanini Kega in Raila's convoy
They include Kiambu governor James Nyoro and his Laikipia counterpart Kimemi who did not mince their words when they openly endorsed Raila Odinga for the top seat. The two leaders openly campaigning for him with vigor and oomph.
Sabina Chege and Raila Odinga Today
Members of parliament present included Kanini Kega and Sabina Chege and Mercy Gakuyu from Kasarani who made several stopovers in the regions they visited. Raila has slowly made inroads in the region which has for long been assumed to be unfriendly to him. Do you think the leaders will guarantee Raila the sweet victory he longs for? React below.
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