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'Ni Kubaya' What Odinga Has Said Concerning Those Who Have Stolen From Kenyans

Our country is remaining with less than 40 days to the general elections. The presidential race is what everyone is interested in given that President Uhuru Kenyatta will not be contesting because he has completed his two terms in office. The former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga and Deputy President William Samoei Ruto are expected to battle it out.

The two have been traversing across the country asking for votes from citizens. They are doing so by outlining their manifestos and pledges that if done will improve the living standards of people.

Odinga this morning has taken to his Facebook Page to indicate that it is only 40 days to get all those who have been involved in corruption. He went ahead and revealed that it was possible under his regime assisted by Martha Karua.

https://www.facebook.com/100044285626974/posts/pfbid028ABpUxd17Axad7gGWhRMgdyoxirozyqK7U4c82ZihSdxT27LoiFopXQ7bZ5sJUHXl/?app=fbl

In my view, any leader needs to deal with those who have stolen money that was meant for development projects.

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