Other leaders who accompanied Raila were former MPs Njenga Mungai and Mark Mwithaga and ODM co-ordinator in Central Province, Peter Kuguru.
Njenga, who is the Mkenya Solidarity Party leader, said having been oppressed by successive governments, the youth are now working with the progressive leaders.
By hosting Raila, he said he expected ‘tribal leaders’ to start talking about it.
“Even Uhuru has been hosting (William) Ruto and Kalonzo (Musyoka), but when I host Raila I will be accused of dividing people,” said Njenga. Njenga also denied that he was behind the 2007 election violence saying he was in jail at that time.
“I’m disturbed by reports that I was given Sh28 million by PNU to cause chaos. You know that I have never worked with PNU,” said Njenga.In his concluding remarks, Raila said he was not to blame for the tribulations facing Uhuru, Ruto and other suspects facing charges at the International Criminal Court.