Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, has today angered his main presidential opponent Deputy President Dr William Ruto's supporters after his scathing statement against the second in command at Garissa Town.
Speaking at Garissa Town as quoted by Channel 7 news, Raila blasted the Deputy President Dr William for giving fake promises to Kenyans just to hoodwink him to vote for him. Odinga said that Ruto promised the nursery pupils back in 2013 that they will give them laptops, to enhance technology study and advancement which he has not fulfilled up to now.
He added that the DP has now turned against that and now is giving out wheelbarrows to the youths and telling those students, who are now about to finish their highschool studies that "kazi ni kazi" (a job is a job). Video link:
https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/1252663081875357/?app=fbl. This statement has angered most of DP Ruto supporters who have been forced to react, they have defended the second in command saying that he is not the President therefore he cannot be blamed for failure to implement their campaign promises such as the laptops.
Here are some of their reactions on Facebook:
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