Raila Odinga is on the spot yet again on what he did today as he was preparing for his Azimio la Umoja rally in Kisumu County.
This act has got several Kenyans react and express their dissatisfaction and disappointment on how the Presidential hopeful put the lives of the innocent in danger.
Take a look at some of the reactions:
Paul Kemboi: " It is a show of ignorance to interfere with the transport sector of ordinary citizens. This disrupts not only travellers but also emergency services like hospital referrals and security sector. This is a clear show of impunity and lack of concern for the lives of citizens. You can guess what happens when he accidentally assumes absolute power."
Kipkempi: "How do you disturb a whole highway with other peoples activities just because you want to show your might ? Such are the things that should be avoided by all means."
Watch the video of Raila Odinga landing with his chopper on a busy road in the link below:
What are your thoughts?
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