Raila lands in Msa for ODM fete

 By Kevin Wachira.

ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga says all is set for tomorrow’s party celebrations planned to be held at Tononoka grounds.

The opposition leader who was received by ODM party Deputy leader Hassan Joho upon his arrival in Mombasa, dismissed the jubilee leadership saying it has failed to deliver on its pre-election pledges.

The ODM party has promised to make a major political statement during tomorrow’s rally.

Upon arrival in Mombasa, the Opposition leader took to the road on a meet the people tour where he faulted the Jubilee regime terming it as the cause of problems facing coastal residents.

Raila labeled the Orange party as the solution promising to unveil a new roadmap tomorrow that will unseat Jubilee from power.

Addressing residents in Makupa, Kengeleni and Nyali, Raila dismissed the move by jubilee affiliated parties to merge under a single outfit saying it was adding no value to lives of Kenyans.

The ODM party is expected to hold a major rally on Saturday at Tononoka grounds to celebrate ten years since formation.



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