Photo: Tangatanga mp speaking to supporters during an earlier event.
The former prime minister Raila Odinga has been blamed for the recent fuel price hike in Kenya. Speaking during Ruto's today stormy meeting in Makueni that attracted huge crowd of people, Machakos town MP, Victor Munyaka public accused Raila of playing a role in fuel hike.
While the present huge crowd roared in agreement, Munyaka blamed Odinga alleging the ODM boss abandoned opposition's role to check on the government and left Kenyans to suffer.
The Machakos added that the former premier abnadoned the oversight role and joined the government in exploting Kenyans.
"Hawa wananchi wameumia sana kwa Sababu bei ya mafuta imeenda juu... I blame Raila who is suppose to be in opposition marking the ruling government but he has abandoned Kenyans and joined the state in destroying the economy..." The said said as Crowd roared in agreement.
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