Azimio politicians led by Raila Odinga have today expressed their regrets after the Kenya Kwanza failed to fulfil some of the big promises that it made to Kenyans. Thousands of Kenyans today joined Raila Odinga in castingating William Ruto over his alleged plans to destroy democracy in the nation. Many Kenyans who showed up for the rally almost regretted on why they voted for President William Ruto. It became clear to them that when former President Uhuru Kenyatta warned them on electing Ruto he was actually telling them the truth. Bitter Kenyans shared their sentiments and claimed that Raila Odinga was the right leader for them to choose.
However, Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei has fired back at the Azimio rally and claimed that all what Raila said is just hot air. He alleged that their is no way that the Kenya Kwanza government will bow down to pressure from the opposition leaders. Cherargei said that they will not be threatened or intimidated by leaders who are not focused to serve Kenyans. Uhuru had once told Kenyans that let them elect Ruto at their own peril. However, despite the many challenges Raila has vowed to restore hope on Kenyans and deliver the promises that he made to them.
Cherargei claimed that, "Kamukunji Azimio-OKA Political rally was hot air with usual plain threats. There was no people even fincanciers Mt. kenya foundation was no show including Uhuru .if Orengo and Otiende were absent then you can be sure that Tinga is fading like a flower in summer." Bitter Kenyans reacted to his remarks and told him that he has now become a propagandist and that will not help him in any way.
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