Former prime minister Raila Odinga is in coastal region for a political tour. He has graced various events in Kwale, Kilifi and Mombasa counties. Today he joined other national leaders for the celebration of Eid in Mombasa county.
Speaking during the Eid celebration, the ODM party leader Raila Odinga said that reggae will be back soon. He said that Building Bridges initiative is good for the country. He further said that Coastal region will benefit with ten more constituencies. He also said that more women leaders will be nominated to elective positions.
Mr. Odinga also accused deputy president William Ruto for been hypocritical. He said that the deputy president opposed the 2010 constitution despite been a beneficiary of the constitution. He urged Coastal residents to support the bill. He further added that more resources will be added to counties once the bill is passed.
The former prime minister was accompanied by various national leaders and local leaders. Leaders present includes Mombasa governor Hassan Joho, Majority leader Amos Kimunya, Mvita legislator Nassir, Mombasa senator Hon. Faki, Likoni legislator Mishi Mboko, Suna East legislator Junet Mohammed and other local leaders.
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