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It's Time For Luo Community To Enjoy Fruits Of Their Struggle For Equity In Kenya - Mukhisa Kituyi

Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga, and Former United Nations Conference of Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Secretary General Dr Mukhisa Kituyi. Photo/courtesy.

Former United Nations Conference of Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Secretary General Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, has today said that it is now time for the Luo community to enjoy the fruits for their struggle for equity in the country. Which that community has been fighting for since the year 1966 when the former Vice President Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, started the fight for equity in the country where he differed with the then president Jomo Kenyatta.

Speaking during the Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential campaigns in Migori County today, Mukhisa argued that Luo community started suffering since 1966 when they started fighting for equity. But up to now they have never enjoyed the fruits of their struggle it is now their time to enjoy those fruits if ODM leader Raila Odinga will clinch the top seat. He therefore urged the Luo community members not to accept anyone to divide them so that they can cast all their votes in Raila's favor.

"You the Luo community you have suffered for a long time fighting for equity in the country, you have never enjoyed any the fruits of your struggle. You started suffering since the year 1966, when Jaramogi Oginga Odinga started the struggle for equity. It is now time for you the Luo community to enjoy the fruits of your struggle for equity in this country, so don't allow anyone to divide you their time when Raila is close to victory by splitting your votes..." He said.

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