Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga on Monday held a closed-door meeting with a section of leaders from the Rift Valley region at Capital Hills offices in Nairobi. 

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The leaders from the Kalenjin community were led by KANU party Secretary General Nick Salat and nominated member of parliament Wilson Sossion. 

Raila Odinga took to his verified social media to notify the nation about the meeting whose main agenda was critical issues facing Rift Valley residents including agriculture and drought. 

“Met leaders from the Kalenjin community with whom we discussed issues ranging from reviving agriculture, the Building Bridges Initiative, famine in parts of the Rift Valley and how to ensure that the dams whose funds have been embezzled can be set back on track,” Raila posted. 

Raila's meeting comes at the time when the rivalry between the former prime minister and the self-proclaimed Rift Valley kingpin and Deputy President William Ruto is at the climax. 

A section of Kenyans probably from the Rift Valley region who replied to Raila's post denounced the leaders and slammed them of not having any authority in Rift Valley. 

Here are some of the replies ;