We shall get to Jerusalem the journey for liberation is still alive says Raila

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The NASA principal and opposition leader has maintained the hope that the journey to the promised land is still alive and very much on course.

Speaking after a church service at the All Saints Cathedral church on Sunday 28 August alongside his wife Ida Odinga and two co-princials Moses Wetangula and Kalonzo Musyoka, Odinga said Kenyans are on the liberation course.

Odinga used the Biblical analogy that the Israelites stayed in the wilderness for forty years but eventually entered Jerusalem. He said that Kenyans have now surrounded the walls of Jericho and are yet to enter the promised land.

The former premiere said that the jubilee government is oppressive and has misruled Kenyans and that Kenyans are hurting like the Israelites in bondage.

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"Most Kenyans are hurting, they are crying for justice," he said.

Mr Odinga said that the jubilee government has been characterized by corruption and has marginalized other parts of the country in its developmental programs.

He said that Kenyans will is going to be done and no more electrol fraud will be experienced again in this country. He added that the August 8 general elections has taught Kenyans a lot and justice will prevail in due course.

Mr Odinga said that although the journey to Jerusalem is long and tough with many obstacles but the hopes will be humanized by the court ruling.

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The opposition leader said that the court will rule fairly and that justice for Kenyans is the key mission for liberating the Kenyans.

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