(Photo| Raila Odinga)
Kenyans online have elicited mixed reactions after the commissioner of National Cohesion and Integration Commission, deleted a post she had made on 2016 about Raila Odinga being involved in over 20 corruption. She listed the money scandals Raila Odinga was involved in the those years and the land grabs.
(Photo| Wambui Nyutu)
Wambui Nyutu led the youths in campaigning for Jubilee Party in the Presidential election, she's the brains behind the outfit, 'warembo na UhuRuto. Wambui Nyutu listed the number of corruption Raila Odinga was involved in and at a point she called him the Lord of corruption.
In the list, Raila stole a lot of money and he even grabbed lands in different parts of Kenya. Wambui Nyutu pulled down the post recently but she never thought internet will never forget.
This shows Wambui posted this in 2016 as a way to degrade Raila and to finish him in politics and to give Uhuru and upper hand. But now it seems she regretting about this allegations.
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