The Kiminini member of parliament honorable Didmus Barasa, who is contesting to retain his seat as the member of Parliament representing his people in the national assembly as a legislature, has criticised the act of the former prime minister honorable Raila Odinga, contesting for the presidency in the coming general poll scheduled on 9th of August this year.
Mr. Didmus is beleived to be aclose associate to the deputy president honorable William Ruto, who is the party leader for the UDA party and currently spearheading the Kenya Kwanza coalition among other principals including, the former vice president honorable Musalia Mudavadi of Amani National Congress party, and senator of Bungoma honorable Moses Masika Wetangula of Ford Kenya party.
The honorable member has stated that Mr. Odinga is too old to hold an office within the Republic of Kenya, he went on and stated all the employees enrolled under the permanent and pensionable terms retires at sixty years. Mr. Barasa went on and questioned how Raila's presidency is possibly with him being above eighty five years.
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