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List of Major Cities Raila Odinga is planning to hold massive demonstration rallies

As additional information becomes available, Raila Azimio, the head of the Azimio movement, has announced that huge rallies will be held in five significant cities against the poll scheduled for August 3.

Odinga, President William Ruto, and Kenya Group Kwanza Electoral and Boundary Commission Deputy Chair Juliana Cherera, together with a number of other individuals, have named candidates.

Odinga said the conference would begin on November 30 in Kamukunji, Nairobi, before traveling to Mombasa, Nakuru, Kisumu and Kakamega.

Following the efforts of the Kwanza Kenyan group to remove Cherera and his crew from office, ODM officials made it very apparent that the purpose of the demonstration was to solicit opinions from Kenyans.

"We will engage in comprehensive dialogue with all Kenyans, beginning with the residents of Nairobi in Kamukunji Square, and inquire as to the motivations behind this IEBC commissioner's desire to return home. After that, we will prepare the ground for future progress "Odinga remarked.

In the face of the current economic crisis, what are your thoughts on Raila Odinga's proposal to stage a demonstration?

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