ODM Mp attacks the Party leader Raila Odinga claiming he should now retire and forget about the BBI
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
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The BBI politics are still gaining momentum as different politicians are taking sides on the matter. The Orange Democratic Party leader Raila Odinga has been has been on the front line together with his counter part Uhuru Kenyatta. Aisha Jumwa who is an ODM member of parliament has come out to attack the party leader claiming he is tired.
While speaking in a rally in Mombasa attended by the deputy president William Ruto, Jumwa who seemed to have change loyalty from her party alleged that Raila Odinga should just retire and forget about the BBI report Because he is tired and tiring. But the opposition leader seems relentless in his push for the constitutional changes.
Odinga is currently in Turkana county where he is popularizing the report. He is on a three day visit accompanied by other ODM legislatures. He dismissed the wheelbarrow narrative from the deputy president William Ruto claiming that cannot bring the change Kenyans need.
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