Raila Odinga is termed as a leader who has fought for democracy in Kenya for many years. He fought for mult-partism in Kenya which he succeeded and today many politicians are enjoying his efforts. Raila is a key figure in politics and his efforts are always felt. After 2017 general election, Raila decided to work with the President to bring some political changes in the Country.
However leaders who are opposing the handshake and the push of changing the constitution through BBI are criticising ODM leader. David Ndii has put in questions the democracy that Raila has been pushing for and is still pushing for it.
"Did Raila join KANU to fight for democracy? Why did he sign MOU with Nyachae, endorse Kibaki same day. Why did he leave NARC? Why did he dump NASA colleagues for Uhuru why are they all jostling for Uhuru endorsement now. How come Luo fight for democracy goes where Raila goes?"- David Ndii questioned.
Several Kenyans have expressed their feelings towards the questions raised by David Ndii on Raila's democracy. Some of the reactions are below;
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