ODM SUPPORTERS TOLD TO BE NUMBER ONE RAILA CAMPAIGNERS
By Joseph Sosi
| October 3rd 2016
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) supporters across the country have been called on to spearhead campaigns for their party leader's presidential bid.
ODM deputy party leader Ali Hassan Joho on Saturday told supporters that victory required that each supporter became Raila's personal campaigner.
"Everyone has to lead the campaign to have our party leader win presidency since we have settled on him as the party flag bearer," he said.
Speaking at Kirembe grounds in Kisumu over the weekend, Governor Joho also urged the party supporters to ensure that they obtained national ID cards and registered as voters in order to give Raila an overwhelming victory next year.
He added that he was fully committed to campaigning and ensuring that Raila is elected as the president.
ODM party leader said he would bring impunity to an end when elected president saying the region had been sidelined in development by Jubilee government.
"All the impunity Kenya has suffered shall be history. Jubilee administration has sidelined this region in development and this has to come to an end," he said.
Raila dismissed claims that he does not support youthful leadership saying such claims were from those who could not see.
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