With approximately 37 days to the next General election in Kenya, politicians are working day and night to ensure that they will be voted in come August 9. Today, the member of parliament for Kapseret constituency, Oscar Sudi, has blasted Azimio la Umoja party leader Raila Odinga over false promises.
Sudi claims that Raila is lying to Kenyans that he is going to lower the prices of maize flour if elected. This is because to him, Raila Odinga is part of the Government and he termed him as Uhuru's adviser.
According to Sudi, Raila should have used the advantage of having a good relationship with Uhuru to lower the prices of maize flour instead of waiting till he is elected.
"... hii Azimio tunaenda kuzika... leo tukiongea hapa utaskia akina baba wakisema ati bei ya unga tutarekebisha tukiingia kwa serikali. Wewe uko kwa serikali sahii. Uhuru Kenyatta ndo rais, wewe ndo advisor si mteremshe bei ya unga? Kuna serikali ingine unaongojea uteremshe nayo na uko na serikali kwa mkono sahii. Si hiyo ni kuchezea watu?" Said sudi
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