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What Raila Said About Ruto Concerning Wheelbarrow After Receiving a Warm Welcome in Nakuru

The former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga attended the burial of Mololine Services Ltd vice chair Kibira Muchai in Elburgon, Nakuru County. He was accompanied by some of his allies and received a warm reception from Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui and the entire residents of the county.

Speaking while addressing the mourners at the funeral, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader rubbished off Ruto's campaigning strategies of kazi ni kazi saying that youths needs more descent jobs.

"Another one is now pretending to know a lot saying kazi ni kazi (Any job can do) buy our youths deserve more descent jobs. We can transform this country that is why I recently launched my national vision (Azimio La Umoja) in Nakuru" Stated Raila as published in the People's Daily Newspaper.

Adding to his statement, Hon Odinga has regretted that Kenyans are still battling poverty, disease and ignorance more than five decades after independence. He has promised to do his best to improve lives once elected the 5th president of the Republic. 

Meanwhile Raila Odinga and his allies have promised to accept the outcome of the general elections come next year on condition that it will be free, fair, transparent and credible. 

"We will accept elections results as long as they are free, fair, transparent and credible. " said Junet Mohamed while addressing participants at the 40th International Day of Peace in South C, Nairobi.

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Kenyans Nakuru County Orange Democratic Movement People 's Daily Newspaper Ruto


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