Former prime minister Raila Odinga on Monday lead his Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance troop to Campaign in Garissa as he seeks for more support ahead of August showdown, as he get ready to face deputy President William Ruto and other presidential candidates on the ballot.
The Mr Odinga vocal ally started by saying, "Dadaab hoyeee" only to be in a rude shock as just few residents responded to his greetings, forcing him to lure them to respond to his greetings.
However, Kenneth went straight to his points, throwing jabs at the deputy President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza brigade for decrying the skyrocketing of prices of the basics commodities, asserting that they are the ones who are responsible for the economic situation that the country is going through, mentioning Garissa Township MP Aden Duale as the one who sponsored the bill to increase the borrowing ceiling to 8 Trillion, with his counterpart Kikuyu Constitutiency member of Parliament Kimani Ichung'wa as the one who chaired the financial commettee in Parliament.
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