Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party, will be speaking at an event on Wednesday in Nairobi, and Prof Kithure Kindiki, minister of the interior and national administration, has stepped out to announce what police personnel from the national police force will do.
According to TV47, Prof Kithure Kindiki has stated that police will ensure adequate security for Raila Odinga's event while he holds his open meetings with Nairobi residents regarding the fate of the four dissident IEBC commissioners, led by vice chairperson Juliana Cherera and three other individuals.
The local media outlet reported that the government will provide protection for Raila Odinga's Wednesday public consultations protest on the independent electoral and borders commission.
This indicates that police officers will be sent to manage the event and guarantee the security of attendees. The news comes shortly after opposition leaders around the country were urged to maintain security during their scheduled political gatherings. He was addressing earlier today in Kiambu County at a gathering.
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