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Raila Watches as Crowd Goes Wild After Mbadi Mentioned Ruto & Obado in His Message to Luo Nation

ODM leader Raila Odinga was left watching as ODM chairman John Mbadi sent a bold message to the Luo Nation about his 6th stap at the top seat. The Suba South MP also launched attacks towards Deputy President William Ruto and his friend governor Zachary Okoth Obado.

Speaking during the official opening of KMTC Awendo branch in Migori County today, Mbadi, who spoke in Dholuo language, said that Migori governor Zachary Okoth Obado is not only competing with Raila but the entire Luo Nation.

He said that in all Raila's previous attempts, their is no single year that the Kikuyu community have ever debated on voting for Raila.

"There is no day the Kikuyu community have ever debated of voting for us except this one. We cannot therefore joke to miss this golden chance," Mbadi said.

The vocal ODM chairman said that governor Obado must know that this is the only chance Raila has to get to the top seat.

He told the Luo Nation that if they miss the presidency in 2022, then they may all die without seeing the top seat.

"My message to governor Obado is that you are not competing with Raila but the entire Luo Nation because this is the only chance we have," Mbadi said.

"If Raila don't become the President, then we may all die without seeing the presidency," he added as crowd went wild with excitement.

In his message to Deputy President William Ruto, Mbadi told the DP that Kenya is not ready for him. He claimed that Ruto is deceiving and corrupt leader.

"I want to tell Ruto that Kenya is not ready for a deceiving, corrupt and misleading leader," Mbadi said.

VIDEO LINK (Mbadi speaks between 1Hr 07mins 50sec - 1Hr 12minutes 08sec of the Video); https://www.facebook.com/railaactionteam/videos/331337085084898/

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