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Ruto's Last Hour Plea to Raila That Could Change The Course of Anticipated Protests

Having identified a number of loopholes in the manner IEBC conducted the last poll, Azimio One Kenya Coalition party leader Raila Odinga and his team pinpointed a number of issues worth immediate address.

Addressing supporters at a prayer function in Jeevanjee gardens weeks ago, Raila issued a two-week ultimatum to president Ruto asking him to actualize their proposals failure to opposition will hit the streets to vent their anger and discontentment towards Ruto regime.Despite of the 14-day window opportunity, Ruto failed to address raised issues and instead he called Raila and team to exhaust legal other constitutional routes to have their matter addressed.

The veteran has since announced the start of anti-establishment demos and he is scheduled to hold a mother of all protests come Monday, March 20 in the streets of Nairobi.As the clock keeps tickling, Ruto has pleaded with the firebrand asking him to go slow with his protests. Speaking on Wednesday at Statehouse, the head of state called Agwambo to save the country from unnecessary showdowns by calling off the protests.

In his discourse, president Ruto laughed off Raila's claim that Kenyan presidency is determined by faceless strangers. For months end, ODM boss has alleged that third parties had access to IEBC servers adding that it was through this ploy his victory was swapped in favour of Ruto.

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