Prior to the 2017 general election, Raila Odinga made a promise to Kenyans that he would be taking them to Canaan. He claimed that they would travel together but after the general election, the former Prime Minister came out claiming that the crocodiles invaded their journey hence he had to sort out with President Uhuru Kenyatta through the handshake in order to find the best way of crossing river Nile.
Although Raila Odinga didn't manage to take Kenyans to Canaan those hopes are not yet gone and forgotten. His allies still believe that he is the right person for the journey and today, a happy legislator known as Peter Kaluma broke good news to Kenyans about the journey to Canaan after Raila Odinga's latest meeting.
Through his official twitter account, Peter Kaluma stated that the meeting between the Lake and the Mountain is complete and together, all Kenyans will enter Canaan. As for now, Peter Kaluma claimed that the nation is at Jericho.
"The meeting between the Lake and the Mountain is complete! We're entering Canaan together, we're at Jericho... BBI IS THE TRUMPET." Tweeted Peter Kaluma.
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