Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party presidential candidate Raila Odinga has defended Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i from the endless attacks from Kenya Kwanza camp. Speaking during a campaign rally in Nyamira county on 1 July, Odinga poured alot of praises to Matiang’i as a responsibile leader saying he is ready to protect him from Political attacks.
The former prime minister told the Kisii residents that Fred Matiang'i was being criticised for his boldness in serving the country. Mr Odinga assured the Kisii community, that he will absorb Matiang'i into his Azimio la Umoja government.
“ Mr Fred Matiang'i have come a long way and he has done a great job of serving this country. We have worked with him for a long time but he is now being opposed by other people whom you already know. I will protect him, up there I will be stand with him. We will continue working with him after the August General elections. " Raila Odinga.
Raila Odinga accused his opponents of ganging up against Mataing’i because he has refused to conform into their vices.
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