Raila calls on voters to oust Jubilee over massive corruption
He has rubbished claims of planned anarchy and mayhem
This comes amid a recent report by Transparency International implicating Kenya decline in the urge to fight graft.
Addressing the press in his Karen home, Odinga has faulted the government terming the new report unfortunate to Kenya.
“In the latest Transparency International report, Kenya has returned to the Super league of corruption, listed among the 20 most corrupt countries in the world, alongside big players like Bangladesh, Cameroon, The Gambia, Madagascar and Nicaragua,” reads part of the statement.
His address comes just days after him accusing the Jubilee government of registering Ethiopians and Ugandans to vote in the coming election on his tour in Kilifi and Meru Counties.
Massive job loses
Mr. Odinga has expressed concerns over the dwindling job opportunities linking the recent mass job losses to failure by the jubilee administration.
On elections, Odinga Raila also insisted that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his officials had already sensed defeat in the coming election and were planning a last minute plunder.
He has distanced himself from widespread allegations that he is out to cause mayhem in the general elections, should he fail to carry the day, terming such allegations unfortunate.
“We can only expect more last minute tenders to put more money into the hands of tenderpreneurs who have been supplying us with air these past four years,” Raila told the press.
Meanwhile he has warned the ruling party of a possible outburst should they fail to accept the outcome of the elections, slated for August.
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