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Odm leader Raila Odinga tells the Maasai to be wary of Deputy President Wulliam Ruto

ODM leader Raila Odinga has sustained his attacks against Deputy President William Ruto, warning Kenyans to trust him (Ruto) at their own peril.

Speaking yesterday in Narok County during the funeral of Mama Dorcass Ntimama, the former premier declared that Ruto cannot be trusted with the country's resources.

Raila who joined local leaders at the funeral of former Heritage Minister William Ole Ntimama's widow , said the leaders should not be used to return over 35,000 families who were evicted from the forest in November 2019.

Without mentioning Ruto name, Raila referred to the DP as ''a wolf in a sheep's skin'' and told leaders from Maasai community to be wary to him, saying his recent political move to endear himself to them was not genuine.

He singled out Narok Senator Ledama who has been seen as keen to join the DP's camp, telling him to be wary of Ruto. ''I want to warn my 'son' Ledama to be wary not to fall into the trap of the wolves disguised as sheep. As leaders, kindly protect your flock,'' said the ODM chief.

The ODM leader said that if the leaders from the region continued to associate with the Deputy President and his movement, they risk jeopardizing the gains made by the government in rehabilitating the Mau Forest Complex.

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