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Raila Forced To Temporarily Stop Kieleweke MP From Addressing Crowd In Muranga As This Happened

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) brigade today Sunday 29th August 2021 joined the congregants at Bible fellowship Church in Kangari town, Kigumo Constituency, Murang'a county for a holy church service.

The former prime minister Raila Odinga was accompanied by the Dagoretti South MP Hon Simba Arati, Nairobi Women Representative Hon Esther Passaris, Hon Junet Mohammed among other several ODM allied legislators.

While addressing a mammoth crowd of ODM supporters after the church service at Kangari town, Hon Raila Odinga affirmed that the Constitution Amendment Bill (2020) is still alive and the reggae is just in halftime despite the Appellate Court thrashing it on Friday 20th August by terming it unconstitutional.

The famous NASA coalition flag bearer revealed that the High Court/Court of Appeal denied the people of Murang'a their constitutional rights by thwarting the BBI which was destined at injecting financial aid to the small scale business owners, local traders and creation of job opportunities to millions of jobless youths through economic stimulus program that would have initiated cash transfer from National Government to populated counties.

At the same time, Hon Raila Odinga was forced to temporarily stop Kigumo MP Hon Ruth Mwaniki from addressing the crowd to give the historical narrations on how she was groomed, shaped and introduced into the realm of politics while in the hands of ODM party.

"Ngoja, Ngoja kwanza. I want you to listen to me carefully, Ruth is my child, she used to work in my office (ODM office) in Lang'ata before she proceeded to the ODM appeals and later became the MP. So she is my child" Raila stated.

Hon Ruth Mwaniki was later allowed to proceed and address the excited crowd tatbwas chanting ODM slogans.

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