ODM premier leader, Raila Odinga has stirred mixed reactions after mocking the second in command, he revealed he is independent in his political roles and does not rely on witchcraft to gain his power.
Speaking on 28th, Sunday 2021 at St Stephen's Lwanya Catholic church in Busia, Raila silenced his rival, William Ruto for calling him a 'mganga,' he revealed to the congregation that he is not what the hustler and his allies are callling him, he defended himself against the latter's contentious remarks saying he is a believer in christ and he oftenly attends the house of God on sabbath day.
Taking to tweeter, Raila said, "Religion and faith are invaluable in fostering tolerance, respect, understanding and reconciliation"
The ODM leader has said that he does not endorse witchcraft following many miracles that God has showered in his life journey.
This follows after DP and his allies were warning their supporters against endorsing Raila Odinga comes 2022 General Elections terming him as a witchdoctor who will brainwash their minds into voting for him.
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