Azimio La Umoa One Kenya alliance presidential candidate honourable Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua are currently at Suswa Narok west where Raila has for another time taken a swipe at the deputy president Dr William Ruto.
In a live coverage on his Facebook page and that of his running mate Martha Karua where the event is currently aired live, 'Mwizi, Mwizi, Mwizi" rents the air after what Raila Odinga said about his opponent William Ruto.
In his remarks, Raila said William Ruto cannot be trusted with kenyan resources including the presidency since he has a lot of corruption latest cases surrounding him and his team.
He asked locals if they know about the arror and Kimwarer Dam, the Langatta primary school land saga, Maize Scandals among other. The charged locals could be heard shouting back at Raila Odinga telling him, 'Huyo ni mwizi' a team which loosely translate to that's a thief. Raila told them to vote for him and his team for real change.
Time Out 20min to 26min
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