ODM leader Hon Raila Odinga has kicked of his coastal tour in Kwale county today. He has drummed up support for the building bridges initiative saying that it will deliver Kenyans to the promised land.
Odinga has said that some counties like Kwale were marginalized until the onset of devolution. He says that with BBI, such counties will further on the benefits of devolution.
"It's only post- devolution that the people of Taita Taveta County begun to realize the fruits of independence.
Those who championed for the devolved units foresaw a fair and just society.
Our journey for a better Kenya is unstoppable! Chawuchenyi. Haika mno ena mauhio medi!" Rail Odinga
Raila has further affirmed that the journey to a better Kenya is unstoppable. He has taken the example of China who have been able to move a population of over three hundred million people out of the poverty index.
What are your views? Do you think Raila deserves to be given an opportunity as Kenya's next President?
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