Professor Edward Kisiang'ani has hinted through his official twitter page in response to Raila Odinga's statement that he will jail corrupt leaders if he wins the August 9 presidential elections.
Raila Odinga had earlier hinted while speaking to the residents of Narok County alleging he will make sure that he jail corrupt leaders who stole money meant for the development of the country.
"Two questions to Azimio leaders who attended today's rally in Narok and boasted they would put to jail corrupt people: Will you also jail yourselves? Who stole the Kemsa funds and who authorized you to misuse public funds on the BBI monster"? Professor Edward Kisiang'ani wrote.
Do you think that Raila Odinga will really jail corrupt political leaders if he wins the August 9 presidential elections? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if he will win the presidency or not.
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