Raila lands in Mombasa for Tononoka rally


Mombasa,KENYA: Opposition chief Raila Odinga is in Mombasa for a  two day political event.

Odinga was received by hundreds of supporters at Moi international Airport.

Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho and a number of Mps were also at hand to receive him.

The former PM  inspected the 3000 seating capacity uwanja wa Mbuzi soccer stadium in Nyali built by the County Government of Mombasa.

He castigated the jubilee government saying it is launching projects a few months to the general election with the aim of endearing itself to Kenyans.

Odinga challenged president Kenyatta to show  Kenyans what his government has done with  sh. 8 trillion it has collected as tax.

“I challenge the Jubilee Administration to stop piggy-backing on the projects of various counties across the country;let them demonstrate to Kenyans what they have done with the 8 TRILLION SHILLINGS that you, as tax payers, have given the Jubilee Administration since they took office'”, he said.

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The opposition chief is expected to address a public rally at Tononoka grounds on Sunday.