Raila was forewarned by the senator who made a comeback after five years that holding a rally in Kakamega would be impossible due to the overwhelming opposition.
Khalwale addressed Raila in a statement saying I have noticed that you intend to smuggle Kakamega County into your projected mass action.
We regret that will not be the case nonetheless along with other elected officials from the area we will oppose the action.
The former prime minister was admonished by him saying Please hold those rallies elsewhere. As Kakamega leaders we are forging a path to progress for our people.
The senator is the most recent person to weigh in on Raila's plan to hold nationwide demonstrations.
On November 30 we will hold a meeting at the Kamukunji grounds to ask the public if they approve the petition to return four IEBC commissioners to their homes.
After that we'll stage other rallies around the nation, beginning in Mombasa and Nakuru, On November 27 Sunday Odinga said.
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