Kenyans React to Raila Odinga's Words 'Undressing' DP Ruto During His Kakuma Tour in Turkana
By E.Premier_League | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 2799 views
The Orange Democratic party leader Raila Odinga today marked hos second day in Turkana, as he tomorrow ends his three-day tour in the county. Raila was accompanied by the nominated MP Maina Kamanda, Suna MP Junet Mohamed and Gladys Wanga among others.
The former prime minister today extended his days attack to the deputy president's hustler nation, as he demolished the wheelbarrow narratives. Raila said that they have caught the second in commands lies, eliciting mixed reactions among different citizens who allegedly turned out to give their different comments. He further added that the Kakuma residents have placed him on notice.
"Every time we catch them in a LIE, they invent an even bigger LIE. From “SIX MONTHS” to “TUTATENGA” and now “ WHEELBARROWS” is not just a wheelbarrow but a symbol of a party to the “HANDSHAKE” has “stopped” you from delivering on your promises. KAKUMA residents have placed you on notice, the rest of the Country will." he said.
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