While called upon to give his tribute, the former prime minister Raila Odinga started by laughing at how his dressing code was not for the accession since he had just landed from mombasa and did not get time to change.
In a send off ceremony which many politicians who attended chose to stay away from politics, including moses Wetangula, Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka just to mention a few, Raila Odinga reminded the mourners about their first encounter with Chris Kirubi and chose to hit at Ruto.
Raila Odinga could not wait to express his dissatisfaction about those who contribute money in churches and youth groups without really giving clear information how they got it, a statement clearly meant for the deputy president william Ruto.
It was however evident that the deputy president was not there and was represented by the wife Rachel ruto, something that did not give him a chance to respond to these claims.
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