The former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga toured Homa Bay County today for a burial of the late Dr. Ohiambo Olel who was his father's physician and who he remembered as a brave person who fought for the second liberation. He also launched several water projects in the region before heading to Ndiwa to address his supporters.
Talking in his vernacular language, the ODM leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga told his supporters about the BBI appeal case ruling which is pending at the Supreme Court. His supporters couldn't keep calm after Odinga told them constitutional amendment is going to take place despite the challenges.
He assured them that everything is in order and he will make sure that the constitution is amended for the betterment of devolution system of governance that is set to increase the amount of money that goes to the counties.
Raila assured to the people that reggae will be back very soon for the benefits of every kenyan.
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