A Luo man who identifies himself as Samson Ogola has taken to social media to defy Baba.
This comes after the official leader of Kenyan opposition, Raila Odinga transformed National Super Alliance into a national resistance movement. In his last address to his supporters on Wednesday before today’s repeat presidential election.
“So what do we do tomorrow (today)? Do not participate in any way in the sham election. Convince your friends, neighbours, and everyone else not to participate. Instead, we advise Kenyans who value democracy and justice to hold vigils and prayers away from polling stations,” said Raila.
But Facebooker Samson Ogola will have nothing to do with that. He has penned a letter to Raila Odinga asking his four pertinent questions.
He also defied his Baba’s proposal to NASA-rites not to vote.
Samson wrote, “Just exercised my democratic right to vote. Don’t just sit there, go out and vote. It’s your right and NO ONE CAN STOP YOU FROM VOTING!”
Here is Samson’s letter.
“Dear Hon. Raila Odinga,
I watched you turn NASA into a Resistance Movement (whatever that is) and I have no problem with that. In fact, you may call it Odinga Resistance Army…still it won’t bother me.
Baba, my reservations touch on the second part of your “earthshaking announcement” election eve announcement i.e boycotting products from government and Uhuruto supporters. Why? I’m glad you asked.
I, like thousands of Luos living Nairobi (your target audience)…
1. Live in a rental house owned by an Uhuruto supporter…Do I move out beginning tomorrow? If yes, where to?
2. Commute to and from work via Matatus (mostly owned by Okuyu). In the spirit of resisting Uhuruto and his supporters, do I start trekking from tomorrow or is the resistance going to provide Resistance Bus Services?
3. Is in the Juakali sector, where 70% of my clients are Uhuruto supporters. What should I do? Pack back to Nyanza or the resistance has enough clients to replace the ones I have.
4. Use household products and foods from companies and businesses owned by government and supporters of Uhuruto. What’s the way forward jatelo? Is milk from Luo Nyanza Creameries ready for shipping? What about the Luo Unga Group, is the flour ready for shipping to Nairobi? Sir, where will I get bread…tell me the Gor Mahia bread is still in circulation.
I could go on and my Supreme Leader, but for now…just answer the 4 questions. And thanks in advance.
Luo Living in Nairobi (Your Target Audience)”