Raila Odinga had attended a church service in Karange, Murang'a County and temporarily stopped by the residents of Karange to address them.
This is after he had concluded his church agenda and his convoy was stopped by the residents shouting his name 'baba! Baba! Baba!". While addressing the residents he revealed that the BBI is in half term and that it will be back so that Mt Kenya region can benefit.
At the same time he mentioned that BBI was a good thing and that it was to benefit Mt Kenya region by adding more constituencies and funds to, this made the mammoth crowd ululate and shout in excitement "ndio baba".
"Sahizi BBI iko kwa half term bado tutajua vile tutafanya ili wenyeji wa mlima kenya wafaidike, constituencies ziongezwe kama kangema na kadhalika ndio pesa watu wa mlima kenya wapate kufaidika zaidi." Raila said.
By just mentioning all the above the mammoth crowd was wowed and kept on calling his name as they ululate.
Here's the video.
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