Lawyer James Orengo who is also the minority leader in the senate has given a powerful statement while in a meeting in Tharaka Nithi County where he was accompanied with several leaders from ODM as well as other parties.
Orengo started off by congratulating the people of Meru and other parts of Mount Kenya for making a huge history after fighting for the freedom of their country.
"Mimi nina mambo matatu na ninataka niseme kwa haraka sana, jambo la kwanza ni kwamba lazima nirudie kutoa heshima kwa wameru waembu watharaka kwa sababu ile mwamko wakenya walipata ya kupigania uhuru kwa kweli ilitoka katika sehemu hii," said lawyer Orengo.
According to lawyer Orengo, being a president is not something one should brag about. He went on to state that leading the nation is another thing on it's own after one gets power. He compared Raila to former President Kibaki who had a good team that enabled him to run well his government.
"Kutafuta uongozi ni rahisi na kuwa rahisi wa nchi hii si kitu ambayo ni kitu ya kujivunia kabla hujaona uongozi itikati na sera. Watu wamekuwa marais hata Idi Amin alikuwa rais, hata Mokasa alikuwa rais," added lawyer Orengo.
Click on the video link below to watch lawyer Orengo giving a statement in Tharaka Nithi County.
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