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Senator Millicent Omanga hits back at former PM Raila

Senator Millicent Omanga jas on Thursday hit back at former Prime Minister Raila Odinga ahead of her visit to Nyamira County.

Taking on social media, the Senator commented on yesterday’s agreement between Gor Mahia and Two Rivers noting that the move by mogul Chris Kirubi will protect him from public boycott.

“I’m enchanted by the news that C Kirubi will now sponsor Gor Mahia, my favourite team. Gor will now use Two Rivers’ Sports District as its training ground. We must however promise Kirubi that we won’t boycott his companies if we lose elections again like we did in 2017.” Said Omanga.

She continued by revealing how Mama Odinga’s PA has been appointed as the deputy head of mission in New Delhi whishing that the same will be done to those who protested in support of ODM party.

“Mama Ida Odinga’s PA, Irene Achieng Oloo has been appointed deputy head of mission New Delhi. I wish her well in her new role. I hope the many young people in ODM who demonstrated on the streets will also be proposed for plum government jobs that come with the handshake. ” Said Omanga.

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