ODM leader Raila Odinga continues to find himself towards the receiving from angry Kenyans and more so DP Ruto's allies who have ganged up on him over the chaos witnessed yesterday at DP Ruto's rally in Kondele.
By trying to come out clean over such an ugly incident, the ODM leader has attracted the anger from one of DP Ruto's diehard supporters Edward Kisiang'ani who has now referred to him as an arrogant leader.
This is after saying that he is no longer a kid who can have time to engage with youths on matters of violence and how to resist other leaders who visit his stronghold areas.
In addition to that statement, he stated that he has no reason to plan it engineer any form of political violence against the Deputy President since he is something very small before him, something which seems to have triggered the anger in Edward Kisiang'ani.
For this reason, he has picked out the former prime minister as someone very arrogant, as they popularly refer to it in Kiswahili as Kiburi.
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