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Uhuru has only delivered corruption, says Raila

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ODM party leader Raila Odinga has criticised President Uhuru Kenyatta saying that he has denied Kenyans the benefit of the current constitution.
Addressing thousands of ODM supporters at Tononoka grounds in Mombasa Sunday afternoon, Raila said that it is the Jubilee government that has failed Kenyans by purporting to implement the constitution only by words.
Raila said that Kenyans must send Uhuru and his Jubilee government home on August 8th.
“We are only being hoodwinked with projects launched at the Coast. Why didn’t he launch them three years ago? He is only after your votes,” claimed Raila.
The opposition leader urged Coastal residents to be very vigilant and ignore claims by Jubilee government that it has delivered its promises.
“What has Uhuru government delivered? According to your own assessment, only corruption,” added Raila.
He said that Uhuru cannot solve land crisis at the Coast since he already owns almost all land in the country.
Raila also condemned plans to construct a dry port at Naivasha saying that he is only planning to benefit his own people and leave the Coast region in abject poverty.
Raila also doubted that the President will expand the port of Mombasa by inviting private investors, saying that he has vested interest in the port operations.
On his part, Mombasa County Governor Ali Hassan Joho and his Kilifi counterpart Amason Jeffa Kingi appealed to Coastal residents to be very vigilant and ensure that they stick with the opposition.
Joho said that the Coastal region has not benefitted in any way from the Jubilee government and they should fight for their economic rights by supporting the opposition.
Speaking at the same rally, Kilifi Governor Amason Jeffa Kingi said Coastal land belongs to the Kenyatta family and local residents will remain squatters if they vote for Jubilee.
They both assured locals that the opposition is very strong and will remain united until it ensures Jubilee government goes home in the August 8th polls.