The current political atmosphere seems to be much hotter more so for the four Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission body.It can be traced that Raila Amollo Odinga has been in constant attack on Ruto's government.Today during the citizen interview with John Kaguchia ,he questioned where Raila is getting facts to criticize Ruto's government over rigging claims.
It is now high time the Kenyan Politicians to be much determined to embrace unity in tht country by only speaking facts.The tension that is currently building in the country was originally triggered after a serious threat to impeach the four Independent Electoral and Boundary Commissionera headed by Cherera.
It is now high time the top leaders to take a key role in unifying the country.The mass action that was called for by Raila is going to kick off from 30th in Nairobi and moves across all major towns in the country ahead of official declaration from Azimio over their next move.
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