Raila Odinga today toured Homa Bay county in Nyanza to attend the funeral of the late Dr. Odhiambo Olel in Kabondo where he was accompanied by a number of leaders and allies.
In the event which is still ongoing and is being aired live on Citizen digital app, the ODM leader has once again hinted on the KSH 6,000 which will be given to non employed families. This he has termed as the Social Protection program which he has promised to put in place once elected president so as to help eradicate extreme poverty in Kenya.
The ODM leader has also called on Dp Ruto to stop blaming the Jubilee government after failing to achieve it's objectives. He said that the deputy president has failed to perform his duties and is now looking for a scrape goat with his fake promises. The ODM leader has also revealed to Kenyans that the deputy president is planning to loot the country further if elected president.
The former Prime Minister has called on Kenyans to support his 2022 presidential bid because he will deliver them from the challenges they face. For more like share and follow.
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