DP Ruto and his allies took advantage of Raila Amollo's Odinga Mau deforestation when they used it to gain bottom-up support for their economic model. The former prime minister admitted that he was one of the main leaders fighting for the expulsion of the Mau forest by landowners.
Mr. Odinga was wrong to acknowledge that Ole Ntimama and he were the main leaders who fought hard to expel the local population.
However, Railas's statement got him in trouble because DP Ruto and his allies decided to get the former prime minister on his head to follow his revelation.
DP Ruto and his allies from Capenguria accused Mr. Oding of failing to take appropriate steps to resolve the eviction from Mau, which still afflicts some of the deportees. DP Ruto and his allies used his statement to injure Kenyans who had promised to vote for him in order to end the suffering Raila had caused her.
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