During his speech at the Azimio la Umoja at Kasarani, Raila Odinga reminded the people of Kenya about the liberation struggles.
He said, “I bear the scars of liberation with pride, and embrace the blood, sweat and tears they cost me.”
It will go down the history books that Raila has helped shape the politics and the policies that govern has governed the country Kenya for the past 50 years.
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Azimio la Umoja is a movement initiated by baba Raila Odinga immediately after the collapse of the BBI.
The fully packed stadium listened to Baba as he narrated his story, which touched on his time at Kamiti maximum prisons. And how he was moved from one prison to the next.
He told the huge gathering how he wasn’t allowed to pay his last respect when his mother passed on.
Many of my family members lost their lives, including my biological mother, but I wasn’t allowed to pay my last respect, even to my mother. “
“For six months, I did not sleep on a bed,” Raila narrated.
Royal Media Services founder Dr. SK Macharia also told of his friendship with the Odinga family, sharing several video clips dubbed “TOSHA.”
SK Macharia reminded Kenyans that Oginga Odinga was the first to say” TOSHA.”
Raila said, “By the way, the tears from the torture chambers are still running, as you can tell from the handkerchief that never leaves my hand!”
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