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During the Mt Kenya business, the Siaya senator asked the members if they can feel free with Raila's 2022 presidential ambition. During the meeting, Mr Orengo bursted the people at the meeting with laugher after he stated that the Luo community normally gives birth with the ladies from Central Kenya but during electioneering period the central people believe that there presidency isn't good for them.
He further stated that most men normally go to central during wedding ceremonies and burial and the ladies love the Luo men so much. He further added that the political rift between Central Kenya and the Luo community need to be addressed by the handshake partners to ensure the rift is solved.
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