Sunday May 10, 2020 – Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is readying to hit the ground running with his BBI nonsense even as the country battles with the novel Coronavirus.
Speaking to mourners via speaker phone during the burial of Agnes Chao Mwandigha, Raila announced that the “BBI Reggae” is unstoppable and will soon return to the stage.
The deceased was a mother-in-law to Thomas Nyambu, the Mwatate Special Municipality chairman.
The deceased, a former teacher, was buried at her home in Mgange Dawida in Wundanyi Constituency.
“I am sending my deepest condolences to you (Nyambu), family and relatives upon the passing of the former teacher.”
“Accept my heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your loved one,” Raila said.
Taita Taveta Governor, Granton Samboja, his Mombasa counterpart, Hassan Joho, Senator Jones Mwaruma, Wundanyi MPP, Danson Mwashako, and Mwatate Ward Representative, Abednego Mwanjala, sent their messages of condolences to the family.
Also present at the burial in Wundanyi constituency were Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka, Governor Granton Samboja, Nominated Senator Beatrice Kwamboka, Wundanyi MP, Danson Mwashaka and Assembly Majority Leader, Jason Tuja.
Samboja accused some politicians of working hard to ensure that he does not work closely with Wundanyi MP, Damson Mwashako.
“Some politicians are working hard to wreck us but they will not succeed.”
“We have come from far with the MP and our history is long,” Samboja stated.
The Kenyan DAILY POST