ODM party leader Raila Odinga today toured Kigumo constituency, Murang'a County. Where he attended a church service at Bible Fellowship church Kangare Township. Raila Odinga was accompanied by other elected leaders.
After a church service, ODM party leader Raila Odinga had to depart. But could not leave without acknowledging a crowd of his supporters. Who had blocked his convoy.
Raila Odinga addressed the residents. Raila claims that he wants to make sure Kenya is free from tribalism. And all farmers will get money according to their produce. Raila Odinga also said that he wants to see unity and togetherness in the country.
"Nataka kusema BBI haijakufa. Lazima tutapata one man one vote one Kenyan shillings. Nataka kumaliza ukabila Kenya. Wewe ni mkikuyu ama mjaluo, mkamba na wengine wote sisi sotw tuwe ni wakenya. Hapa Murang'a najua kuna wakulima wa kahawa, majani chai, maziwa,avocado. Hawa wakulima wote nataka kuona ya kwamba wamepata pesa kulingana na jasho yake", Says Raila Odinga.
The residents replied to Raila's speech by chanting Baba! Raila!https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/360068342280432/?app=fbl
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