Rt. Honorable Raila Amolo Odinga has now requested the youths to be alert. He says, be alert do not be fooled again. His statement comes hours after having a meeting in Naivasha and Nakuru town respectively.
Raila who was in Naivasha town AIC today with Peter Kenneth, Lee Kinyanjui and Sk Macharia has promised alot to the youths. In his post, Raila reminded the youths of fake promises, free laptops, stadiums and jobs. He says, youths should consider themselves clever and vote wisely.
Sitawalet down, Raila added in his post. This simply means I won't let you down. As he is trying to climb the mountain Raila seems to find some shelter in the mount Kenya leaders. Nakuru governor and former member of parliament Peter Kenneth offered a gateway to the mountain.
Peter Kenneth is being prioritised to deputise him in the coming elections. This post has elicited mixed reactions from the public. They say, Raila should stop luring the public by demeaning the promises of Jubilee.
We wish him all the best in his career. Thanks.
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