ODM leader Raila Odinga has now come up with his new plan to keep one of his major political based locked as general elections gets closer.
That is Western Region which he is planning to raid its every corners for five good solid days as fears of losing the support from the region gets detected with the wake of Mudavadi and Wetangula's influence in the region under the new wave of DP Ruto's led Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
According to just the plan shared online by Azimio TV in a letter statement made by the Coalition flag-bearer's Campaign Secretariat Dennis Onsaringo, Raila and his national campaign team is set to hold major rallies in Western Region starting from today.
Today on date 25th of May, the team is set to raid Vihiga County where they will hit grounds in various places like Cheptulu in Hamisi Constituency, Shamakoko, Chavakali, Mbale, Esibuye in Emuhaya, Ebukolo on the way to Yala, Ebusakami Primary School and Luanda for a rally at Mumboha Stadium.
On Date 26th May which is tommorow, the rallies will be taken to Busia County followed by Trans Nzoia County in date 27th of May.
And on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th Azimio rallies will be taken to Bungoma County.
He has however not mentioned his plans with one of his major stronghold county in the region which is Kakamega County where up to date he is still enjoying massive support despite losing his former key partners Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula to DP Ruto's camp.
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