Former presidential candidate Mwalimu Dida has defended ODM Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna over his sentiment recently. Sifuna in his address to ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga, he requested the former Prime Minister to urge to look into the Curfew and the price of liquor.
In defense of Edwin Sifuna, Mwalimu Dida said that everyone has something that troubles himself. Hence Sifuna addressed an issue that troubles him and his friends. Dida further said that if there is something troubling you, it is your duty to seek for Raila Odinga about it.
"Edwin Sifuna got an opportunity to address Hon. Raila and only talked about what is troubling him and his friends. If your problem is school fees, or taxes, or capital, maybe you should also approach baba and talk to him about those. DO NOT EXPECT OTHERS TO SPEAK ON YOUR BEHALF" Mwalimu Dida on Twitter.
ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga has been wooing the youths who form a majority of the voting block to vote for him. The race for 2022 to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta is heating up each and every day.
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