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"I Don't Need Their Permission to Climb the Mountain" Raila Warns his Critics

The former prime minister Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga who has continued his 'Azimio la Umoja' initiative campaign aimed at Uniting Kenyans ahead of next year's general elections after being out of the country for a week, today took his campaigns to Mt. Kenya region in Nyandarua county.

Speaking in Njabini, the former premier warned critics and moreso his opponents of intimidation, he also told them he is 'Tinga' and 'Tinga' doesn't need permission from anyone to climb the mountain. This comes after deputy president and his allies claimed that the mountain belong to William Ruto and anyone who wants to climb needs his permission.

He also assured his followers and all Kenyans that the 6k he has promised in his campaigns is a reality and confirmed that he knows where the money will come from or rather where the money is. So what do you think about Raila's words? Like, comment, share and follow.

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