Since their handshake, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga have been working well together. They have been trying as much as possible to ensure that there is peace and unity in the country. All the dramas like protests caused by Raila Odinga and his allies came to an end and the country completely changed.
Although Raila Odinga's allies have not been pushing President Uhuru Kenyatta to the wall on most occasions, today things were different. That is because one of Raila Odinga's allies known as Robert Alai came out publicly to tell the Head of State to rescue Kenyans.
According to Robert Alai through his official twitter account, many people in the country are dying especially when it comes to Nyanza. For that reason, President Uhuru Kenyatta should do something in order to help the people from the rising deaths.
"Villages in Nyanza where we used to see 3 or 4 funerals now have as high as 12 or 15 funerals in one weekend. President Uhuru should rescue us. People are dying. Witnessing massive numbers." Tweeted Robert Alai.
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