Raila Odinga with President William Ruto. Photo courtesy.
Hounerable Raila Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Party, has at long last revealed what ultimately compelled him to accept the results of the general election held in August. the newest publication by the country.
According to Odinga, the ICC Court was a major factor in him accepting the results declared by the independent Electoral Commission. He proceeded by noting that any action on his part may have started a civil war in the nation, which might have resulted in some leaders being tried in front of an international court of justice.
Days prior, he criticized the judiciary for supposedly siding with president William Ruto despite the fact that they had information about the rigged election. In any case, Raila and Karua have sworn to keep fighting until Kenyans are informed of the truth about what actually transpired.
They intend to launch a reform movement that will result in a number of changes to the courts and independent electoral commission. Let's watch to see what happens next.
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