Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga is currently in Kisii where he was leading a fundraiser at Mwongori High School. He was accompanied by top leaders in the country including Likoni Member of Parliament Mishi Mboko.
While addressing the residents who had thronged the venue, Mishi Mboko said that former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was the man to beat while also using the famous Gor Mahia slogan 'Gini Wasekao' a Luo dialect which loosely means 'We have taken it.'
“I want to remind you that Jakom will be in State House at the end of the election. Luos say 'Gini Wasekao' and it is true 'Wasekao' (we've taken it),” she said amid applause.
She accused Deputy President William Ruto of misleading Kenyan youths by promising laptops to kids but delivering wheelbarrows instead. She added that the approach used by United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leaders will not help common mwananchi but will rather benefit a few in the top leadership.
Source: https://youtu.be/xRlAxdszdRA (reference to minute 0.34)
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