In response to Mr. Odinga's energetic rallies, Kega has mocked ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi, who visits the region.
During the Vihiga rallies, the ODM boss was recently overwhelmingly supported by the region's residents, seemingly forcing Musalia and Kenya Kwanza to reconsider their positions.
"Musalia Mudavadi, what are you?" Baba the Fifth is passing through your Vihiga county." According to Kega's Facebook post, Raila Azimio rally in Vihiga County.
This comes as the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate toured Vihiga county on Wednesday to seek support for his bid following the Kenya Kwanza team camp in the county.
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