Deputy President William Ruto on Tuesday revisited Raila Odinga's reign as Lang'ata MP, arguing that he failed to deliver to the people of Kibra.
In yet another scathing attack at Mr Odinga, Ruto insisted that most roads, streetlights and other development projects were launched in Kibra during the Jubilee administration.
The DP wondered why Mr Odinga could not improve Africa's second biggest slum, arguing that the people should reject Odinga and ODM altogether in Kibra by-election.
According to the DP, the slum will get more government powered development should they elect McDonald Mariga on November 7th during by-election.
"You understand Kibra better. For years, it has had leaders (Raila), but don't you see good roads that were done by Jubilee? Didn't you see the National Youth Service working on it?
"There were no toilets in Kibra, there were no street lights. But haven't you seen Jubilee working on these projects? Let's be honest, Kibra hasn't come from heaven today, it's been there for ages but its leaders failed," he said.
Mr Odinga is supporting Imran Okoth, the brother to former MP Ken Okoth. Mr Odinga was area MP for 20 years before the constituency was split from Lang'ata constituency.
On Tuesday, ODM warned IEBC against rigging Kibra by-election, arguing that the commission had delayed to release voter register ahead of by-election.
“With three weeks to the by-election and there being no commitment by the commission to provide the updated voters register as requested by the party, we are questioning the motive behind the hide and seek games we are being subjected to,” said Junet Mohamed.
He added: “It is this unwillingness by IEBC to conduct fair elections that breeds suspicion and makes us to start believing reports doing rounds of secret meetings with some Jubilee senior officials over the by-election."