James Orengo is one of the most known political leaders in the country. That is because he has been a great asset to his ODM party, party leader Raila Odinga and to the country especially when it comes to matters to do with the constitution.
Today, James Orengo was among the leaders who attended the Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kirinyaga. Although the Siaya senator did not get a chance to speak and give Kenyans some words of wisdom, he has finally spoken just after leaving the celebrations.
Through his official twitter account, James Orengo told Kenyans who they should celebrate. He stated that Kenyans should celebrate Kenyans who showed patriotism and professionalism to ensure that the country is free.
"This Mashujaa Day, lets celebrate Kenyans who showed patriotism and professionalism to ensure that our country is free. Our flag flies with their last breath for they died protecting it. Peace, love and unity is the Kenyan spirit; let truth and justice be our shield and defender." Tweeted James Orengo.
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