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Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina warns DP Rigathi Gachagua to stop attacking ODM leader Raila Odinga

“DP Rigathi Gachagua should leave Raila Odinga alone. Get down to your bottom-up economy! Everyday Raila this Raila that. We wacha zako bwana,” Senator Ledama said.

Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina has warned that continued attacks on retired President Uhuru and ODM leader Raila Odinga will by the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) brigade must stop.

Ledama singled out Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua who has been attacking ODM leader Raila Odinga who was also the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya presidential elections won by now President William Ruto.

He told DP Gachagua to get down to business of implementing the economic plan of bottom up that they promised Kenyans instead of his daily attacks on Raila Odinga.

At the weekend Gachagua attacked Raila telling him that he had moral ground to criticize President Ruto’s administration because the mess they are dealing with was created by him for joining hands with Uhuru under the handshake.

He said were it not for Raila abandoning his role of the opposition leader, the economy would not have suffered as it has.

But Ledama immediately fired back warning the DP against incessant attacks on Raila, instead asking them to concentrate on their business of running the country.

The Ruto administration even though is just a month old is getting criticized for focusing on the past more instead of fulfilling the election promises it made to Kenyans.

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