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Controversy boils over as more details emerge about the paragraph Price Harry reportedly spoke of Raila in his new book “SPARE”

by Joshua Wanga
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Just soon as the Orange Democratic Movement reveled and went out publicly to boast of the special mention and homage that Price Harry had paid to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in his recently released book SPARE, potentially embarrassing claims are now beginning to surface in the developing story.

It all started after a tweet by the Orange Democratic Movement official Twitter handle claiming that Price Harry had acknowledged Raila Odinga and Nelson Mandela as noble leaders who significantly contributed to the growth of democracy in Africa. The tweet read,
The ODM Party
@TheODMparty
Prince Harry, in his new book, SPARE, mentions our PL @RailaOdinga and former South African President Nelson Mandela (RIP) as noble leaders who significantly contributed to the growth of Democracy in Africa. This is well acknowledged and we subscribe to this.

However, this soon caused an outcry and furore as several Twitter users came out to not only dispute this claim but also cast doubt on its entire veracity. Some of the replies read,
Dùncan Castles
@DuncanCastles6
Replying to @TheODMparty and @RailaOdinga
Last time in your BBI rallies you told us that Cristiano Ronaldo sent you a message saying he supports BBI..Bure kabisa

Prince
@jongondo22
Replying to @TheODMparty and @RailaOdinga
Quote the page number or paragraph

Kieni Finest
@kienifinest
Replying to @TheODMparty and @RailaOdinga
Extract please. Otherwise hot air as usual

Alexi Wandaho
@alexi_wandaho
Replying to @TheODMparty and @RailaOdinga
He talked about Nelson Mandela in those words. Never compare Madiba with rubble rowsers like Mganga.

charles kibe
@charles_kibe
Replying to @TheODMparty and @RailaOdinga
Evidence boss

The book’s title comes from an old saying in royal and aristocratic circles: that a first son is an heir to titles, power and fortune, and a second is therefore a spare, should anything happen to the first-born.
Spare is a remarkable volume, in which the altercation between the two princes forms a startling passage.

In this highly acclaimed autobiography, Spare, one of the most dramatic parts is where Prince Harry recounts what he says was a physical attack by his brother, William, now Prince of Wales, as their relationship fell apart over the younger prince’s marriage to the actor Meghan Markle.

Describing a confrontation at his London home in 2019, Harry says William called Meghan “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive”, which Harry calls a “parrot[ing of] the press narrative” about his American wife.
The confrontation escalated, Harry writes, until William “grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and … knocked me to the floor”.
The extraordinary scene, which Harry says resulted in visible injury to his back, is one of many in Spare, which was published last week.

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