Raila odinga made Western region tour where he was welcomed by Kakamega governor Wycliffe oparanya. The former prime minister who was to attend a burial event in the region passed through Bungoma County to greet the residents. While speaking to a crowd in Bungoma the former prime minister mentioned the names of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in his speech to pass message to the youth.
He said that he want the youth to be rich like Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi by supporting their talents. He said that these two football superstars and billionaire's because their talents were nurtured change from the beginning and however this is how he will do to the youths in given an opportunity come 2022.
The former prime minister assured the crowd that he will bring a lot of transformation once he become president in 2022 though he didn't directly say that he wants to be the president but his speech was a campaign strategy to mobilize people to vote for him in the upcoming general election.
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