Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga now says that the Building Bridges Initiative reggae will continue regardless the court outcome on Friday.
Raila was in Nakuru county where he outlined his plan that is aimed at uniting the whole country ahead of the 2022 general elections.
The Former Prime Minister utilized his time meeting leaders amongst them Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui, a section of law makers, and opinion shapers in the region.
Raila on his address asked Nakuru leaders to back his statehouse bid saying they have a common agenda with President Uhuru Kenyatta of unifying the country.
“My brother Uhuru Kenyatta and I fought in 2017, called each other names but that did not stop us from coming together…I want you to know that unity and peace is key and we must strive to achieve that,” he said.
Raila’s handshake tour is seen as a tactical move to launch his presidential campaign as he traverse the country.
“Kumekucha! the handshake train is unstoppable …this week we will be in Nyanza this week and the next week we shall take our handshake tour to Mombasa…” he added.
By Allan Otieno