Opposition candidate Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua this evening had an interview with a party journalist from various media outlets in Karen, Nairobi to discuss the manifesto with the Kenyans and plan to address the country's challenges.
Speaking on stage, Karua said Deputy President William Ruto would not be able to choose which part of the government he owed and which party he denied.
"You cannot choose which part of the state you want to borrow and which part you are denying." He started.
According to him, given the fact that both Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto have been nominated as two, it is too hypocritical to stand on the podium and say what has contributed and deny the failure. Therefore, the second incumbent should blame the failure of the Uhuru Jubilee government.
"When a person stands on the podium telling people what you have inspired to happen. They should also be held accountable for any failure." Karua concludes.
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