Former Prime Minister and ODM party leader Raila Odinga has today been in Bungoma County in Western parts of Kenya where he was accompanied with several leaders such as Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya and Secretary General Edwin Sifuna where he received a mega reception from residents.
As usual, his campaign involved the use of the current vehicles that were donated to him to help him reach many people to popularize his presidential candidature as we move close to the next general elections that will be held on August 2022.
While speaking in Bungoma, Raila has promised residents of the region that they are having a plan that will help them invest in sports so that the youth develop their talents to play in big clubs in European countries.
"Tunataka kuinvest kwa sports ili vijana wetu wengine waende wacheze huko Manchester, wengine Arsenali, wengine Barcelona sawasawa. Kutoka kwa FC na Gormahia, tunataka hawa kama huyu kijana aenda juu," said Raila Odinga.
Below is the video link showing what Raila said while in Bungoma, click to watch more for yourself.
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