Raila: I’ll go after stolen public assets
10 December 2012, 09:12
Vihiga - Fresh from getting his party’s nomination ticket Prime Minister Raila Odinga took the battle to Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi’s doorstep with a warning that if elected he would pursue stolen public assets.
According to the Standard, he directed the warning to unnamed leaders in the Jubilee Coalition whose leading lights are Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta through The National Alliance, Eldoret North MP William Ruto and his United Republican Party, as well as Mudavadi and his United Democratic Front.
Addressing a series of campaign rallies in Vihiga County Raila promised that should he be elected, his government’s agenda would be to ensure stolen public resources were returned.
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