Evan's Kidero with Raila Odinga. Photo courtesy.
Dr. Evans Kidero has fired salvos at Orange democratic party leader, Hounerable Raila Odinga and his entire Azimio La Umoja team while appearing in an interview today. He has dared Odinga to move the meeting to either Nyeri or Dagoreti North, a place where there is no so many Luos in the region. He has claimed that, they're planning those meetings in areas where people allied to him are many an indication that they're failing and not powerful anymore.
"Dr. Evans Kidero: I am a little bit worried that these meetings are being concentrated mainly where the Luos of the lower social economic class are. Why don't they take it to Nyeri or Dagoreetti North?" Read part of the report.
Well, Odinga is expected to hold another meeting at Mulolongo. According to his hundlers, he will be giving more direction on what should be done ahead of planned demonstration. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon
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