Kimilili member of parliament Hon Didmus Barasa has hits out at the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga hours after he Declared mass action against president William Ruto's government.
According to him the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga should asks John Mbadi and the Minority leader in the national assembly to step down and nominate him to do the oversight work in the parliament.
"If Raila Odinga wants to be the Minority Leader to oversight the government, let him convince John Mbadi and the minority leader in the National Assembly to step down and resign, then ODM can nominate him instead".
Didmus Barasa has been very vocal and controversial when it comes to attacking the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga and his allies even before the August 9 general elections.
Remember that Didmus Barasa has been a strong ally of president William Ruto and can do anything to defend his boss.
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