Those thinking Raila Amollo Odinga abandoned his opposition role given an answer as details exposed.
Raila Odinga has been accused of being the reason of Kenya's price hikes, contrary to popular belief that the government is to blame.
Raila Amollo Odinga claimed they joined hands with Uhuru to halt political wrangling in Kenya and promote community peace on September 21, 2021, at the funeral of businessman David Buchai, founder director of the Mololine Matatu services Limited in Elbergon.
“Raila is supposed to be in the opposition watching the government but now he left his role and we are seeing people suffer due to hig fuel prices. When we go back to Parliament we will ensure we address this matter," Munyaka said while addressing the Machakos residents.
Since before he shook hands with Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila has been blamed for the administration's difficulties. Raila has frequently denounced the government for using unusual force against citizens of this country.
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