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THE FIVE ROUTES RAILA TOOK TO LATER ADMIT SGR IS A GRAND COALITION PROJECT

The leader of Opposition one Rt Raila Amollo Odinga has been the greatest ever serving opposition leader in the history of Kenya.
With my personal opinion to right to expression and freedom to democracy then if there was a way I’d vote for the Opposition leader on the 8th Day of August then Raila Odinga would be my rightful choice.
With the completion of mega international infrastructure- The Standard Railway Gauge(SGR) by the One HE Uhuru Kenyatta with a maiden ride on the 31st Day of May, there comes the five bushy biting and pure propaganda former Prime Minister Raila Odinga took to later admit SGR is a Grand coalition project.

1. RAILA ODINGA in Jan 2017……SGR is useless.

2. RAILA ODINGA in Feb 2017 …..SGR is uneconomical.

3. RAILA ODINGA in March 2017…..SGR is waste of tax payers money. It is expensive.

4. RAILA ODINGA in April 2017…..SGR is outdated. They should have put electric rail like Ethiopia.

5. RAILA ODINGA in May 2017…….SGR was inflated in cost. I will do away with Jubilee projects if i win.

6. RAILA ODINGA in June 2017………
After;
i)assagers travel to Mombasa three times cheaper than before.
ii)Time of travel reduced by three quarters.
iii)Cargo reaching its destination in record time at 10 times less.
iv)Jobs created.
v)Land in Syokimau appreciated
vi)Adverts now read plots in Katani 4hrs away to the Beach)

SGR is a GRAND COALITION PROJECT finally admits the Nasa Presidential Candidate cum Opposition Leaders Raila Amollo Odinga.

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