Orange Democratic Movement, Raila Odinga today was in Nakuru county to campaign for Azimio bid ahead of awaited general elections. The Former prime minister was received well with county governor Lee Kinyanjui where together with other politician s decided to attend church service in KAG church, mwisho wa lami in the region.
Image of Raila Odinga in Nakuru
Raila stopped in various places in the county dismissing criticism concerning ksh 6,0000 monthly stipend to poor family saying that being in government in his entire life he knows where the money will come from. Thus, there was no need for Kenyans to doubt him a head of awaited presidential elections.
Raila was quoted saying this"I know where the money is and where the loopholes exist. We know those who prefer to carry money in bags for fundraiser."
However, during his exit from Nakuru county, his motorcade was shouted by group of youths who were alleged to be strong affiliated to DP Ruto shouting 'Ruto! Ruto!, UDA UDA.'
His security was alerted where they calmed the section of youth who had strong affiliation to DP William Ruto before continuing the journey.
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