Siaya Senator Oburu Oginga and who is Raila Odinga's elder brother has claimed that there is a plan by President William Ruto and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's Kenya Kwanza government plan to kill the former Prime Minister.
Speaking in Siaya on Friday, Oburu argued that the two leaders in government have plan to assassinate Raia, remarks that comes hours after the ODM boss claimed yesterday that his car had been shot seven times with live bullets.
"I want to tell Ruto that I have information that you and your deputy have intentions to finish the life of Raila Amolo Odinga. Even Gachagua announced i tsaying that they will deal with Raila conclusively, that these demos will be the last of him, what does that mean? That you want to take his life."
"I also know that our so called development partners are privy to this information and they condone it, and we want to warn them to keep off the affairs of Kenya. Kenya is better than their countries, it is also them who put Ruto in power. If am not saying the truth let them come out and say what they know," said the ODM lawmaker.
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