Former Minister of State Maalim Hussein Mohammud, has deconstructed the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga in Garissa during his Azimio la Umoja tour in the northeastern region, which aims at bringing all Kenyans together ahead of next year's general elections.
Speaking during the meeting as aired live through ODM party's Facebook page, Mohammud told off Raila that he cannot call him Baba meaning farther as other Kenyans are calling him, because he is older than him therefore there will be no sense for him to call him Baba since he was born earlier than him.
He also added that Raila is not the father of second liberation as people are claiming because it is KANU government, which appealed section 2A of the constitution that brought about the multiparty democracy.
"Nasikia watu wanakuita Baba, lakini mimi siwezi kuita Baba. Nitakuita tu Mheshimiwa Raila Odinga kwa sababu mimi ni mkubwa Kwako ki umri wewe ni mdogo kwangu. Alafu naskia pia watu wanasema wewe ndo ulileta multipartysm. Hio ni uongo sisi ndo tulileta maana sisi ndo tulirepeal ile Section 2A ya constitution sio Raila yeye alikua anatusumbua tu na tukafunga yeye." He said.
Video link: https://www.facebook.com/TheODMParty/videos/988938801887532/?app=fbl.
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