"Who is Mad Enough to Elect This Man as President?" Odinga Dismantled
By I.Nwriter | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 10830 views
Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga's words have landed him into serious trouble with a vocal lawyer who is also a close ally to the Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
The former Prime Minister yesterday noted that he together with the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta want to move Kenya from being a third world Nation to being a first world Nation through the Building Bridges Initiative, BBI.
"President Kenyatta and I want to move this country from third world to a first world through BBI" Raila Odinga said.
Deputy President's close Political ally Ahmednasir Abdullahi on his twitter page rubbished Raila Odinga's sentiments saying that his words were more insulting and as well patronizing.
Ahmednasir further dismantled the former Prime Minister telling him off that no one is stupid or mas enough to elect a president who reasons like him. (Odinga)
"1. Have you ever heard a more insulting & patronising statement? 2. Who is STUPID or MAD enough to elect President a man who reasons like this?" Ahmednasir noted on his twitter page.
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