Speaking on a function, The leader of minority in the National Assembly said “ I have heard Ruto saying that Raila is a project. I want to be very clear to William Ruto that Raila has never been anyone's project. If Ruto is looking for votes, let him do so but leave Raila's name off his mouth. Ruto should know that he cannot mislead people with his cheap propaganda.
All Kenyans know that Raila Odinga is not someone's project. Raila started politics at the age of 14 years old and he has suffered for democracy in of this country yet he is the son of the first vice president. Raila is the son of the first vice president, if he did not want to fight for democracy, he would be a spoilt boy had it not for God who wanted his to help Kenyans." He said adding that Ruto is a project of cartels challenging him to come clean on Corruption.
Reacting to Mbadi's statement, some netizens are still calling on Junet Mohamed to apologise after his latest blunder.
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