Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has ignited a series of debate among Kenyans following his latest remarks on development projects in the country. Speaking of his era as a Prime Minister during President Mwai Kubaki's regime, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader reiterated his efforts with the former President on initiating the vision 2030.
However, a section of Kenyans have not been pleased with Raila Odinga's latest claims on how he launched the vision 2030 and several development projects with President Kibaki. A section of Kenyans have even gone ahead to criticize and even slam him over his outrageous sentiments saying that he is relying on Kubaki's legacy to satisfy his political ambitions.
Raila Odinga is among the top politicians eyeing for the top seat, he is among the several politicians aspiring for presidency, Raila Odinga has managed to run for presidency four consecutive times and is optimistic of winning it.
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