Prime Minister Raila Odinga received an amazing reception in Narok where the locals vowed to continue supporting his quest for a just Kenya. The locals regretted voting Jubilee and offered an equivocal promise for a 2017 clean slate for Raila in Narok.
Odinga was in Narok to attend the burial of a youth who was killed by the police during the public protests led by local leaders against area governor. The local leaders present in the verge of ditching their party URP included Senator Ntutu and MPs Moitalel ole Kenta (Narok North), Korei Lemein (Narok South), Patrick Ntutu (Narok West) and Johanna Ngeno (Emurua Dikirr.
The Maasai community is known to speak in unison on most matters of national interest. Concerns that the government was brutal on protesters in Narok last week have given Cord an opportunity to once grab back that which was stolen from them.
Two protesters were shot dead and five URP elected leaders were held overnight in a Nairobi police station.
Raila’s ODM, with the backing of former powerful minister William ole Ntimama, won virtually all the seats in Narok and most parts of Maasailand in 2007, but lost them to URP in 2013 under unclear circumstances.
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