According to The Nation, the former prime minister may be planning to launch major street protests against the Kenya Kwanza government very soon, with arrangements culminating yesterday.
He has vowed to continue with his protest rallies across the country until president William Ruto leaves office.
He has already hold three Meetings at Kamukunji grounds, Kibra, Busia and now heading to kisii.
He said his coalition will continue to oppose what he called a callous and dishonest administration.
Raila laid blame on the judiciary, claiming it is responsible for their loss
In a likely inciting tone, Raila said the people have the power to bring reforms to the already 'compromised' judiciary by forcefully sending them home.
Raila offered President Ruto 14 days to bring down Kenyan Economy and open the servers orelse He will lead a Mass action to the State house to get Ruto out of office.
Demonstrations are expected to take place this Thursday after 2 weeks span offered to Kenya kwanza government comes to an end
But Kenyans have slammed the Former prime minister humbly asking Him to leave them Alone as they are tired.
"I think you should take a break...their is life after politics." Morasta_ke commented.
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