Raila’s Plans for the 2017 Elections Revealed, This is what he is going to do

Kenya's former Prime Minister and opposition leader Raila Odinga talks during an interview with Reuters inside his office at the Capitol Hill Square in Nairobi, June 24, 2014. Odinga demanded on Tuesday a national dialogue by July 7 and sought a timetable to pull Kenyan troops out of Somalia, hours after a fresh attack on the coast killed five people. To match Reuters interview KENYA-ATTACKS/POLITICS REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: POLITICS)

The leader of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader, has embarked on a unique project aimed at capturing the youths in the country ahead of the 2017 General Elections.

Raila has started by changing  his wardrobe drastically to appeal to the youth besides using popular phrases to connect with the young voters.

Over the  weekend, Raila was in Kisii where held a meeting with youths and discussed development issues and problems facing them under the current Jubilee Government.

Odinga used a popular phrase ‘kamatia chini’ from a popular song by the same title done by Tanzanian artist, Navy Kenzo, to drive the message home.

Here is the video