The a good period of time this week, a poster has been going rounds on social media about one million shillings per plate dinner. The money was supposed to help ODM leader Raila Odinga during his campaign. However, the event was later cancelled.
However, the office of the former prime minister has distanced itself from the poster. According to news as seen by NATION, ODM party leader Raila Odinga's spokesman Dennis Onyango has been contacted and asked why the event was cancelled. According to him, the poster didn't come from their office. He told the Nation that they should inquire from those eho had posted.
It should be remembered that the poster was shared by several ODM party leaders including Homabay county women representative honourable Gladys Wanga and Embakasi East member of parliament honourable Paul Ongili. However, Wanga later pulled it down.
Those close to Raila however cannot tell details of the event and why it was cancelled. The event was set to take place at Villa Rosa Kempiski hotel.
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