Kenyan Lawyer Silas Chepkeres Jakakimba has caused a stir online after reminding Kenyans of a statement made by former Prime minister and Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga in March 2013 concerning Democracy in the country online.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page on Tuesday, Jakakimba Reminded Kenyans of a statement made by Odinga who was a presidential candidate then, that Democracy and everything associated with it including Functional economy, Equity, Working systems among others were on trial. Everything that seems to be happening in the country currently. A post which has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his post.
"Silas does his advice hold good today as it was then or he has since joined hands with those who "put the democracy on trial" ?" A comment read.
"The same Raila who has been assigned a kitchen job inside state house kitchen as the chief licker of every corruption deal to ascertain how much they can share btwn each other(him n jaydeni)." A comment read.
"This press conference and particularly the last phrase on weeping plays in my head everytime I think of the sorry state this country is in." A comment read.
"Raila lost his credentials the day he joined hands with the same mafia he used to oppose.We now know he only lacked opportunity to eat and when it happened the Real Raila came out.Nowander he wants a coalition with Ruto.Kisa Bisyge is better." A comment read.
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