Political blame is defeating the past secrets that were once in the past regimes. August 8th elections are gearing in, perhaps the Main contestant's own Kenyans an explanation on how they managed to be in the past government despite their dirty deeds.
Raila Odinga has now exposed how The Kenya kwanza presidential aspirant, William Ruto once tried to collude with the selling of maize that had been imported from South Africa during the Kibaki regime.
Speaking while on a tour in Nyanza Odinga claimed that the deputy president while he was a cabinet secretary for Agriculture, tried to sell maize at a price of 2800ksh together with his close MP friends.
The imported Maize was to be sold for 1500ksh per bag. The misunderstanding led to his suspension, as the cabinet minister for agriculture.
However later President Mwai Kibaki reinstalled him back to his position. Odinga continuously slammed Dp Ruto terming him as amongest the corrupt leaders in the country. Odinga urged the residents to be keen while electing their leaders, come August 8, 2022.
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