Popular City Lawyer and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's adviser Silas Jakakimba, has told off former Laikipia North Member of Parliament Honourable Mathew Lempurkel after his decision on dumping Raila and joining hands with President William Ruto.
Taking to his official Twitter page on Tuesday evening, Jakakimba recounted how Raila Odinga sacrificed by standing with him in all the years he was outside parliament.
He further stated that he gave him a whooping Ksh 100,000 from Raila Odinga at Memusi's home before the August 9th General Elections.
"Ndugu, Raila has always stood by u all the years even when you were OUTSIDE Parliament. I've severally given you funds from him including Kshs. 1,000,000 at Memusi's home just before elections. Remember how shocked you were? Yes, it's the same Odinga. Be grateful&maintain peace." Exclaimed Jakakimba.
Lempurkel, announced that his decision to part ways with Raila came after he nominated her daughter Winnie Odinga to EALA despite being assured if the slot.
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