Retired Kenya Defence Forces Major Peter Mwithi has urged Raila Odinga to stop the planned demonstrations because that's not the way to oppose government. According to Peter, it's a fact that the persons who demonstrate are largely engaged in violence and looting and such must not happen.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1599703966396227584?s=20&t=b_XtjU9kh63IVJ0tbBisJQ
Peter Mwithi is clear that president William Ruto is today the Commander of the Kenya Defence Forces hence he must be respected. According to retired major, matters engaging in street protest is outdated and useless.
This is just the clearest confirmation that Raila Odinga is not a person who is interested in the interest of Kenyans. Raila Odinga has been warned by many leaders against interrupting Kenyans through violent demos.
President Ruto has personally vowed to ruthlessly deal with Raila Odinga if he dares interfere with people's properties. Kenyans are Keenly watching on the future of Raila Odinga for Ruto might Punish the opposition severely if looting occurs.
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