Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga's speech was briefly interrupted as he drummed up support for his candidature on Wednesday in Gatundu, Kiambu County.
In a video seen by Nairobileo.co.ke, there seemed to be a commotion at one point in the venue of the Azimio rally as Raila was speaking.
A section of supporters in the rally were seen moving to one point as the former Prime Minister urged them not to leave the rally as there was nothing happening.
“Iko shida gani hapo? Hapana leta fujo bana. Hakuna shida msikimbie. Hakuna kitu msikimbie nje. Mrudi hakuna kitu,” Raila said as a section of Azimio supporters seemed to try to leave the venue.
The situation was, however, dealt with and normalcy returned to the venue as Raila continued to address supporters at the rally.
In his speech, the former Prime Minister stated that he had agreed with President Uhuru Kenyatta to take over from where he left.
“Sisi tumekubaliana na Uhuru Kenyatta kwamba pale ataachia kazi, baba na mama watashikilia hapo kuendelea huko mbele. Tutamaliza kazi yake. Kwa upande ya miundo msingi, barabara, vituo za matibabu, elimu na viwanda sisi tutakamlisha,” Raila told Gatundu residents.
He further maintained that the region would not be neglected if Azimio takes over the government.
Raila and his running mate, Martha Karua, are on a 5-day tour of the Mt. Kenya region.