The former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga, is an instrumental person in Kenya's development. He has been a strong player in overseeing projects and developmental agendas. He is also the most vocal leader when it comes to fighting corruption which is number one enemy of development. Most people know him as a watchdog and a whistle blower.
On Wednesday be woke up to share a message that left many Kenyans talking. He was responding to a challenge given to him on made in Kenya initiative.
To explain his stand, Raila used Kwake county as his case study. He explained how the people of this county have managed to produce coconut milk from their locally available products. He said that if they were empowered, we could not be importing the milk all the way from Thailand.
This message received mixed reactions from Netizens on Twitter. They were quick to start a heated debate online. Some congratulated him and were in his support. Others were of the opinion that he was just sharing to remain relevant. Below is a sample of their reactions.
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