Today, the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga met with a area of Tanga Tanga leaders at Elburgon in Nakuru County at the funeral of Kibira Muchai.
He commenced off by means of telling mourners that the challenge hampering Kenya is implementation of the initiatives that have already been laid down.
He accused DP Ruto of speakme to Kenyans as if he is attempting to invent new matters except understanding that everything he is telling people already in existence.
"Domo kaya, ugonjwa tena kubwa ambayo tukonaye ni ugonjwa ya ufisadi, ufisadi corruption ambaye saa ile mtu anaingia faded yeye ni mwembamba kama sindano baada ya nwaka moja mwaka mbili amefura kama kube anavyonza damu ya ng'ombe. Sasa ile shamba amenyakua, ile hosteli pale, helicopter amenunua light alafu anakuja kukuambia wewe yeye ni maskinj kama wewe. Hawezi kusaidia sisi," said Raila Odinga.
Click on the hyperlink beneath to watch what the ODM birthday celebration chief stated against DP Ruto that left mourners laughing.
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