Raila Odinga big supporter Nuru Okanga has asked the Azimio La Umoja One coalition to end his relationship with the churches. The man who usually speaks at Bunge La Wanaichi at Jacaranda in Nairobi has said that churches are the ones that have brought this country to where it is now.
We are witnessing harsh economic times and the president and his Kenya Kwanza government is trying to find a long term solution to try and stabilise the dying economy. The prices of basic commodities like maize flour sugar and fuel have gone up making life for Kenyans who come from poor backgrounds hard.
Nuru has specifically blamed Anglican church of Kenya ACK archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit whom Raila blamed for involving matters of the church with politics. Nuru now wants Raila to end his relationship with the church for good and focus on other issues. Do you think Raila Odinga should heed Nuru's advice? Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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