In his official tweeter account, the former Mukurweini member of parliament Hon Kabando wa has reacted to Raila Odinga's mass action. According to Kabando wa Kabando strong opposition to oversight the government is very necessary in a republic and that revolution can as well benefits people if democracy fails. However, Kabando mentained that threats to storm the statehouse are arnachist.According to Kabando wa Kabando, since President William Ruto was declared the winner and the supreme court upheld his victory and the council of governors have also upheld his win Raila Odinga has no option but to also accept. He blantantly told Raila Odinga than non violent protests is good but he has mentained that his plan to storm statehouse is a serious mess.
Raila Odinga has called his supporters to come out in large numbers on 29th March 2023 to force president William Ruto to leave statehouse so that he can occupy. Kabando feels that its one of the most backward move by Raila Odinga and here is where he is going wrong.
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