Photo:Raila's Stopover at Kiambu town
Raila Odinga on Wednesday made a stopover at Kiambu town after attending a burial ceremony.
Odinga was accompanied by Kiambu Governor James Nyoro who also asked residents to support ODM ahead of next year's polls.
The former Prime Minister in his speech accused Dp Ruto for the flop of BBI which was to benefit Kiambu county and other Mt Kenya region counties.
Raila Odinga said Mt.Kenya is set to lose over ksh 53B due to the BBI fall.
"Some people are happy that BBI didn't go through and it was meant to benefit populous regions in Mt.Kenya. Now Kiambu will lose a lot of money.That was my plan with Uhuru to ensure Kiambu and other Mt.Kenya regions benefit from BBI,"said Raila
The ODM leader went ahead and slammed UDA's "kazi ni kazi" slogan stating that youth must have a decent job.
"Kuna watu wanasema kazi ni kazi sasa kazi ya chura ni kazi kweli? Vijana lazima wapewe kazi bora kama watu wengine,"added Odinga
In the last few weeks,Raila has visited Kiambu many times and has used the fall of BBI to counterattack Dp Ruto's hustler narrative.
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