ODM leader Raila Odinga who is the presidential candidate under Azimio La Umoja has today toured coastal region in search of votes as well as solidifying his support from the people ahead of August general elections.
Speaking in Mombasa, ODM leader Raila Odinga has criticized his presidential competitor who is the deputy president William Ruto for promising people wheelbarrows which will not help at all.
According to the source, Raila Odinga has promised to give better salary to all workers so as to earn a good living rather than pushing wheelbarrows.
"Tunasema watu watapata kazi nzuri na mshahara mzuri ili kuiniua hali yao ya maisha. Sio kazi ya kusukuma 'wheelbarrow'. Ati kazi ni kazi. Muambie Ruto apeleke 'wheelbarrow' Sugoi," said ODM leader Raila Odinga.
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