According to the city lawyer, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has been reading from his campaign speech points of 1997 and has been using offensive words towards the deputy president. He has added to his tweet that both the duos have managed to win crowds though Raila's crowd according to him cannot be compared to that of Ruto."Both DP Ruto and Hon Raila are drawing sizable crowds in their rallies even when they visit the same towns....Raila's crowd is always 1/4 to a 1/5 of Ruto's crowd....This being Raila's 5th attempt, he at times comes as if he is reading from his campaign speech points of 1997. Raila's campaign is abusive and negative.often you hear him refer to Ruto in expletive and offensive words," tweeted Ahmednasir.
Kenyans however have failed to agree with him and have reminded him of who has been more negative between the two main contenders. Below are some of their comments.
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