Arror & Kimwarer Dams Scandal Takes New Twist Today As Raila Allegedly "Mentions" Uhuru's Name
By DAVIDNTHUA578 | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 5854 views
Raila Odinga During a past interview With Citizen Tv
The Error and Kimwarer Dams Scandal that cost Kenyans millions of money a few years ago have today taken another twist after Fresh Reports shows that Raila Odinga had signaled President Uhuru Kenyatta that something wrong was going to happen.
Speaking to spice FM on Monday, Raila Odinga revealed that nothing that happens in the Government as far as Corruption is concerned, without the knowledge of powerful people in the Government.
All along, Kenyans have been made to believe that it's Deputy President Wiliam Ruto who should carry that cross, but now gloves are finally off, one can easily tell that even if President Uhuru Wasnt involved Directly, his close allies might have a share.
In the recent day, Raila Odinga has directed his guns to the Jubilee Government where he has issued several accusations such as Government failures. A political analyst says that Raila's change of Behavior means that He might seek to run for the top seat. He needs political gear.
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