Hillary Clinton gift to Raila Odinga
30 July 2016, 18:36
Nairobi - The US Democratic Party candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton has deeply thanked former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga for attending the DNC in the United States by gifting him with a state of the art public address system built in powerful HUMMER H1.
Speaking in her New York office while seeing the former Prime Minister off to London where he is expected giving an avalanche of speeches in various rostrums, former Secretary of State, Clinton said she is highly honoured to have someone like Raila attend and listen to her speech.
Madam Clinton gave the public address system fitted in 5 bullet proof trucks.
“Mr. Prime Minister Sir, on behalf of my family, on my behalf and on behalf of the Democrats family, let me take this opportunity to thank you vehemently for attending the DNC. It confirms the immeasurable degree of care in you. Sir, I know that with your presence here, we will win. Sir, I am personally incalculably honoured to have you as an ally. On behalf of the democrats, kindly accept this paltry token for your campaigns. As an enigma and professor of global politics, you need it for your campaigns albeit this is not all, we shall continue working together,” said Madam Clinton as she handed the keys of the trucks to PM Raila.
“Sir, it is my wish that when I become President of the United States, you will also become President of Kenya and we shall ensure that the elections go through a free, fair and credible process,” she said.
According to Alpine Armoring Director DR Wallace Gregory, the trucks are bullet proof and movable even in the most adverse climate and highly impassable roads.
According to Engineers of the state of the art public address system offered to Raila, the system is 25000W. One Hummer has a collection of 62 powerful in-built 3000W tweeters.
The system is clearly audible even from 50km away.
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