ODM Honourable Raila Odinga, a presidential contender for the Kenya Alliance, and Martha Karua are currently in Suswa Narok West, where Raila has once again attacked the deputy president William Ruto.
The phrase "Mwizi, Mwizi, Mwizi" fills the air following what Raila Odinga said about his rival William Ruto in a live coverage of the event on his Facebook page and that of his running mate Martha Karua.
In his statements, Raila stated that William Ruto cannot be trusted with Kenyan resources, including the president, due to the numerous corruption cases that have recently been brought against him and his team.
The arror and Kimwarer Dams, the Langatta primary school land story, as well as other scandals, were among the topics he inquired about from the community. Raila Odinga could be heard being yelled at by the agitated residents, who shouted back, "Huyo ni mwizi," or, roughly translated, "that's a thief." They were urged by Raila to support him and his team in order to bring about genuine change.
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