'Huyu Ni Kama Burukenge!' Raila Hits Back At Ruto Over Unfulfilled Promises Made In 2013 And 2017
By Bowlingforsoup | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 4 views
Today was a busy day for Right honourable Raila Amollo Odinga during when he went to Turkana county to campaign for the BBI bill.
Raila went ahead to narrate efforts he has employed in making sure that banditry activities are a thing of the past. Raila narrated how he made personal calls to Matiang'i instructing him to make sure that peace returns in the area.
The former Prime Minister also talked about the benefits of BBI where he explained that the money allocated to the county would double from 10B to 20B something that would not be possible if the BBI is not approved.
Raila went ahead to hit back at the deputy president Ruto following promises that were made but never fulfilled including the laptop project, stadiums and jobs creation.
Raila compared Ruto to the proverbial monitor lizard that is known to forget because according to Raila, Ruto was campaigning with the same promises he did when he campaigned in 2013. "Huyu ni kama Burukenge! Hasikii Raila concluded his speech amid cheers and applause.
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