Ruto embarrassed as Leipzig University recognizes Raila as its top 100 most notable alumni

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Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga’s name stands as one of the most noteworthy alumni of the University of Leipzig in Germany. On a list of notable people that begins with Angela Markell, the most recent former chancellor of Germany, and continues with renowned philosopher Fredric Nietzsche, Raila Odinga’s name can be found at position number 41 on the list. 

The university’s biography described Raila as a politician, university teacher, and businessperson before listing his political career, which included his service as Kenya’s Prime Minister from 2008 to 2013, leader of opposition in Kenya since 2013, as well as the ministries he served in, including as Minister for Energy, Roads, Public Works, and Housing. In addition, the biography listed the ministries Raila served in, including as Minister for Energy, Roads, Public Works, and Housing.

Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate for the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition party, was challenged by Deputy President William Ruto to show his academic credentials while he was speaking at a rally in West Mugirango, which is located in Nyamira County. Ruto claimed that Odinga does not have a degree.

This allegation against Mr. Odinga was made at the same time as Dr. Ruto backed Kenya Kwanza Alliance Nairobi gubernatorial contestant Johnson Sakaja. Dr. Ruto said that “the deep state” was attempting to impede Mr. Sakaja.

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