Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga speaking to the small business owners delegates in Laikipia County. (Photo courtesy).
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, has once again castigated the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's campaign slogan of Kazi ni kazi (a job is a job), saying that he is a hypocrite who is just trying to hoodwink Kenyans especially the youths to vote for him as the next president.
Speaking during a meeting with the small business enterprises owners in Laikipia County as aired by the ODM party official Facebook page, Raila teared down DP Ruto by saying that he has realized that the kids whom he promised laptops in 2013 are about to finish schooling, hence he has came up with another narrative of kazi ni kazi to hoodwink them to vote for him.
"Hatutaka siasa ya kudanganya tu wakenya ili upate kura, wale watoto uliahidi laptops sasa umeona wanataka kumaliza shule unaanza kuambia wao eti kazi ni kazi. That's the level of Hypocrisy we don't want in our country." He said.
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