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Political Analyst Alleges Hidden Meaning Behind Raila's 'Kibaki Tosha' Remarks in Kirinyaga County

Former Prime Minister and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga on Wednesday joined other dignitaries at the Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County for the celebration of this year's Mashujaa Day.

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During his speech, Raila revisited his 'Kibaki Tosha' declaration in 2002 when he endorsed Retired President Mwai Kibaki for the Presidency adding that he celebrates Kibaki as his hero, who must be celebrated.

Political Analyst Edward Kisiang'ani has revealed the hidden meaning behind Raila's 'Kibaki Tosha' remarks in Kirinyaga County during the Mashujaa fete.

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Kisiang'ani has revealed that Raila's reference to his 'Kibaki Tosha' declaration at the Mashujaa celebration in Kirinyaga meant that Mt Kenya region has a debt to pay.

"In his Mashujaa Day speech today, former opposition leader- Raila Odinga-reminded the Mt Kenya people he had helped Kibaki to become President by mobilizing Luos to support a Kikuyu candidate. What RAO was actually intimating was Mt Kenya had a debt to pay! Get it right!" Edward Kisiang'ani said.

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