The Luo Community, have now been warned against participating in ODM leader Raila Odinga's planned demonstrations against President William Ruto's government.
In a statement via The Star Kenya on Twitter, former Migori Governor Okoth Obado, warned his Luo Community against participating in the protests so as to avoid unnecessary bloodshed and deaths.
He further told off the veteran opposition leader to take his family to the streets so as to lead others in demonstrations. According to Obado, Raila should stop using innocent youths to lead in protests and yet his family are secured.
"As a Luo community, we want to tell Raila we will not support his mass action calls. He can take his family on the streets and avoid unnecessary deaths that have seen innocent blood being shed in streets," exclaimed Obado.
This came after Raila Odinga threatened to lead demonstrations against President William Ruto's government following the suspension of the four IEBC Commissioners.
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