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The former prime minister, Raila Odinga, has held his first rally since he called out for Kenyans to join him in critiquing the government on the promises they haven't fulfilled. However, he has pulled a surprising crowd today in Utawala, Embakasi after the first in command dared him to go ahead with his rallies.
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance flag bearer, Raila Odinga, who is currently the opposition leader, has reacted and shared photos of today's rally they held with other leaders in Nairobi County. Raila went ahead and promised Kenyans that demonstrations will go ahead as he had promised earlier.
This is what the opposition leader posted; "We know what they did, how they did it, and who helped them do it. We shall reveal all that shortly.
Our meeting this coming Wednesday will proceed as planned." Raila tweeted.
The post attracted mixed reactions from Kenyans. See them below.https://twitter.com/RailaOdinga/status/1599396896485015553?t=Yu9AzfP2_2lv63H2HUNyHg&s=19
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