It is true that the Kenyan politics seems to be much hotter more so for the presidency seat that was much alarming in tht recent days.Today from the latest update,it was revealed that the Kenyan president his Excellency William Ruto has deployed armed police officers countrywide ahead of Raila's first rally at Kamkunji ground tomorrow.
It can be traced that the issue on the four Independent Electoral and Boundary Commissioners headed by Cherera has been a matter of concern in tht country more so as far as the opposition and Ruto's government is concerned.
Raila few days ago gave out an ultimatum in the four Commissioners and ordered a mass action countrywide to protest against the removal of four Independent Electoral and Boundary Commissions.
Many Kenyans have really reacted to this move by his Excellency William Ruto to deploy armed police officers ahead of the Kamkunji ground tomorrow with many seriously supporting while others opposing Ruto's move.
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