New twist as Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga dismiss propaganda allegations made by CAS nominee Hon. Dennis Itumbi that there are plans to invade businesses during Monday's mass action in Nairobi. While addressing the protesters in Nakuru county on Thursday, Hon. Raila claimed that he never held any meeting in Karen with Luo leaders to work on the modalities to disrupt businesses.
Raila Odinga cleared that there happiness is to see Kikuyus business running smoothly and they have never had such kind of plans to destroy other people's businesses. "I saw Dennis Itumbi had written yesterday that I had a meeting to plan how we will invade Kikuyu owned businesses. That is total nonsense," Raila Odinga said.
Raila Odinga has thus assured all Kikuyus that their businesses will be as normal and no plans to distort their businesses at all cost.
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