A few days ago he informed the people of Kenya that he was going to hold large rallies to ask the people of Kenya if they would accept the dismissal of 4 IEBC Commissioners.
Today, sources say the former Kenyan prime minister has postponed the protests he told Kenyans he would organize.
NTV Kenya reported that former President of Kenya, Sir Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta played a role in postponing the mass protests.
The source also informed the Kenyans that Uhuru Kenyatta had met with Kenyan President Sir William Samoei Ruto and what they discussed, they talked about the protests Raila said he would organize. Here's what the source reports;
“Protests in support of Cherera postponed
Former President Uhuru may have played a role in leading ODM Raila Odinga to call for street protests as it appears to have been one of the points discussed between Presidents Ruto and Kenyatta when they met. on Monday," NTV Kenya said on its official verified Facebook page.
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