Migori County Governor Okoth Abado has found himself on the spot after remarks he made during William Ruto's visit in Migori County rubs Raila Odinga's close ally the wrong way. The embattled Governor Okoth Obado was among leaders from Migori County, who warmly received the Deputy President William Ruto despite the region seemingly being considered as the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga strong hold. However, it's the remarks made by the Migori Governor that has rubbed Constitutional Lawyer Donald Kipkorir, a close ally of Raila Odinga. While addressing, those present at the rally, Okoth Obado allegedly said that UDA government will get all the money stolen through corruption.
This according to the Constitutional Lawyer is ironical because at the moment the Migori Governor is being haunted by corruption cases Alongside his close family members worth 2 billions Kenya shillings. The vocal lawyer take a dig at the Migori County Chief by reminding kenyans that Obado is still being accused of having a hand in the death of Sharon Atieno.
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