He further alleged that the former prime minister has been rewarding cronyism at the expense of his supporters,a move that made him serve for the longest time ever as a member of parliament for Lang'ata constituency which houses Kibra,one of the biggest slums in the world.
"Living in deplorable conditions where basic amenities like toilets and safe water for domestic use remain a pipe dream. Raila Odinga should just retire and pave way for the deputy president William Ruto who has a plan to deal with such situations through his bottom-up economic model" Johnson Muthama tweet.
Muthama further added that day Kibra being his political bedroom,the people are still living in deplorable conditions where basic amenities like toilets and safe water for domestic use remain a pipe dream.
Muthama further asked the former prime minister Raila Odinga to retire and pave way for the deputy president William Ruto whom he said that he has a plan to deal with such situations through his bottom-up economic model.
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