Orange democratic party leader, Hounerable Raila Odinga has finally opened up just few hours after president Kenyatta praised him in Nakuru county, as someone who is slow but sure with what he is doing, unlike youths who are moving very fast from one region to another attacking other leaders. Uhuru hailed Unity that was brought in the country after his handshake with ODM Party leader in 2018. The head of the state also warned youths, not to be used by some people to cause chaos and be dumped after election.
Well, Odinga through his verified twitter handle has congratulated Nakuru county residents for being in a city now. He has also hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta's leadership and claimed that the cosmopolitan city is going places. He finally concluded by saying that devolution is working and Nakuru is a sign of greatness to come.
"Congratulations to Nakuru on becoming Kenya's fourth city after being conferred a city charter by President Uhuru Kenyatta at a colorful event this afternoon. This cosmopolitan and economically diverse county is going places, and we wish them well. Devolution is working." Said Raila Odinga.
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