The Narok Senator, Ledama Olekina has woken up Kenyans with a bombshell to Hon. Raila Odinga. In his morning message he wished Kenyans a good morning. He then told him that as he plans to attend their road side political events, funerals, thanks giving events and fundraisers to listen to their politician’s blame game of the country’s debacles, he should remember the verse in the Bible, Ecclesiastes 9:11 that says the race is not always to the swift.
He questioned if Raila Odinga was serious. Ledama asked how can he house 1200 students in the same building ? He said this Chinese influence is becoming too much (Crowded Kisii Dorm) He said that he may not support Raila's ways of doing things but he fully supports education. Yesterday Hon. Raila Odinga was in Nyamira county for a fund raise drive to complete the Mwongori High School dormitory. He was well received by CS Fred Matiang’i who also endorsed him. Kenyans reacted to his remarks and some told him that he should keep quiet as he has nothing good to say.
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