"Raila Odinga Has No Capacity Of Scoring, He Keeps Scoring Outside The Goal Post" -MP Says
By Saharaafrikan | self meida writer
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Kiminini MP: Hon.Chris Wamalwa was hosted on Citizen TV this morning on an interview slam former prime minister Hon. Raila Odinga for being too ambition for power.
Hon. Christ Wamalwa said---"We can still work with Raila on condition that he does not come and tell us about having a last bullet. He should know that he does not always have to be the striker. He has no capacity of scoring. He keeps scoring outside the goal posts.
He further said – Raila is somebody who cannot honour an MoU. He cannot be trusted. As we move towards 2022 he has been busy killing NASA so that he goes into another agreement so that he can tell people he has a last bullet.
Hon. Christ Wamalwa has Known for Criticising Former prime minister Hon. Raila Odinga, that is not supposed to be a new thing.
But do you believe that Raila Odinga does not have the last bullet that will take him to the top seat?
Raila Odinga is one politician who still has what it takes to Win the general election come 2022.
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