In his official tweeter account, Saboti member of parliament Hon Caleb Amisi has reacted to tomorrow's plans by Raila Odinga to lead his supporters to State house to pressure on President William Ruto to lower the cost of living. According to the vocal legislator, Raila Odinga decision to pressure on the government to lower the cost of living isn't bad since kenyans are suffering.According to the vocal legislator, the two longest Presidents of the republic of Kenya are a clear indications that sometimes democracy does not necessarily give us the best.
He maintained that the first President of Kenya the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta never got in power through election but by the selfless decision of his colonialism contemporaries. Where else the former president Daniel Arap Moi assumed power after the death of his predecessor and the founding father of the republic of Kenya the Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
Caleb Amisi strongly believes that it's not the unfair democracies that we are practicing in Africa that should only make someone to rise in power.
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