Raila accused for neglecting his sick daughter

"If Raila Odinga does not care of his daughter what makes you think he cares for your rioting children?..."

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This comes after Raila asked the people to boycott work this Monday because of the unfair loss and their killings of innocents in Kibera.

Through  a post on Facebook yesterday, Moses Kuria claimed that Raila's daughter Rosemary Odinga was sick, cannot walk and has been rendered partially blind. He went on to call out Raila for going to Mathare, Kibra and Kisumu to incite them instead of staying home.

His post read," Rosemary cannot walk, Rosemary has partially lost eyesight. If Raila Odinga does not care of his daughter what makes you think he cares for your rioting children?"

The Member of Parliament also requested that parents keep their children in safety for those living in Kisumu and the affected areas of Nairobi since Raila himself cannot be affected by the clashes.

He goes on to state, "To all parents in Mathare, Kibera and Kisumu. Please, please, please. Keep your children out of harm's way. And if you think that Raila Odinga gives a hoot whether they are harmed of not, think twice."

As the clashes are still on going, The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) only recognises evidence of 24 deaths caused by the elections, one of these being a 10-year-old girl who lost her life on Saturday. However, word is the toll may be higher than stipulated.

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