Rarieda Member of Parliament Hon Otiende Amollo, has fearlessly asked Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga to stop complaining and pointing fingers over August 9th Presidential Elections.
Lawyer Otiende Amollo states that the more Raila Odinga is going to complain, he is likely to face a Major Political Fault.
Yesterday, while addressing his Supporters and Kenyans at large. The former Prime Minister accused President William Samoei Ruto of rigging him out. He claimed that he won the August General Polls with more than 50%.
Speaking to a local TV Station this Morning. Otiende stated that Raila Odinga should accept that he didn't manage to win the Presidential Elections.
"We fought hard and played our Role well, so Raila Amollo Odinga should stop pointing out fingers to some of the People. It will add nothing to his Political Career."
"Baba should plan how he is going to tackle the current Political Storms."https://twitter.com/NationBreaking/status/1598707712598200320?t=9CO4BKxfKBMmRNjAJT6ukw&s=19
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