Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga has today kicked off his five-day tour of the Western region as he looks to consolidate votes in a region that has previously sided with him.
However, following the departure of ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula to Deputy President William Ruto led Kenya Kwanza coalition, the ODM party leader is leaving nothing to chance in his bid to main the status quo despite the loss of the two key leaders.
And today, Raila Odinga officially kicked off his tour by raiding Musalia Mudavadi's backyard of Vihiga County where he met leaders from the region before engaging in a series of political rallies.
The Vihiga County rally is expected to culminate into a mega rally in which the former Prime Minister is expected to address his supporters at Mumboha stadium in Luanda.
Already in a video shared online, a humongous crowd is seen eagerly waiting for Raila Odinga.
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