Azimio la Umoja Chief Raila Odinga is set to hold mega rallies across the country to ask Kenyans whether the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioners should be removed from office.
Speaking in Kisumu County on Sunday, 27th November 2022, Raila revealed that he will kick off public rallies to challenge the bid to oust the 4 IEBC Commissioners in Nairobi, Kamukinji Grounds, on Wednesday, 30th November.
The ODM bos has stated that he will seek public oninion from Kenyans during the rallies to see whether Kenyans support the ouster of the Cherera 4.
He has added that after the Kamukunji rally on Wednesday, he will proceed to Mombasa, Nakuru, Kisumu and every part of the country with the same motion.
"We will not accept that they send home these commissioners and impose on Kenyans a user friendly commission to them. We are going to consult widely with Kenyans and we are going to bigin holding rallies in Nairobi on Wednesday at Kamukinji grounds to ask them if they accept that the commissioners be removed. We will move to Mombasa, Nakuru and Kisumu," Raila adds.
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