Raila Trolled As He Turns BBI Meeting To a Wheelbarrow Agenda One (Video)
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
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ODM party leader and the former Prime Minister HE Raila Odinga has convened a meeting with ODM party MCAs in Karen to discuss a way forward of ensuring that the BBI document during referendum undergoes a successful referendum. This meeting comes a day after his handshake partner president Uhuru Kenyatta toured the Mount Kenya region and met with over 7k Mount Kenya Leaders at Sagana State Lodge in Nyeri County to sensitize them on the BBI referendum push. As usual Raila Odinga has taken the opportunity to ravish deputy president Dr William Ruto's hustler narrative claiming that it is only teaching the youth to survive rather than to live. He has also claimed that Ruto only wants the youths to ride Boda Boda and push wheelbarrows for the rest of their lives. Use the link below to watch Raila's speech.
Raila's sentiments have however landed on the wrong foot of angry Kenyans who have blasted him of always mentioning Ruto's name and that of his wheelbarrow narrative. They have challenged Raila to give out his manifesto rather than trolling Ruto every time. Below are some of their mixed reactions on the same.
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