Opposition chief Raila Odinga found himself on the receiving end after waded into the Finance Bill 2018 that attracted public outrage. Odinga clashed with a section of Kenyans online on Saturday after he thanked ODM MPs for heeding his call to pass the Finance Bill 2018, stating that it was part of the Building Bridges initiative.
His message was not well received by a section of netizens who responded swiftly with some accusing him of failing the taxpayers when they needed him most.
PL @RailaOdinga has thanked Members of Parliament who supported and enabled the passing of the Finance Bill in Parliament on Thursday. He says the move was in good faith and is part of the Building Bridges initiative.
— The ODM Party (@TheODMparty) September 22, 2018
Such a let down. pic.twitter.com/mhLwKvI8By
— OMONDI OKELLO (@omondikevinokel) September 22, 2018
How about the rigging, was it building bridges or burning
— Tanin (@JKTanin) September 22, 2018
On this you have failed to read our mood. We shall remind you very soon and very painfully!!
— σ∂нιαмвσ ω. σηуαηgσ ™️ (@waodhiambo) September 22, 2018
How was it in good faith? We saw @MillieMabona & @OAmollo lament how the vote in parliament was stolen. Are you saying @TheODMparty is celebrating this theft or what are you talking about! Which ODM Party is this? SMH!!!!
— Leo Aduda (@AdudaLeo) September 22, 2018