Former Kenyan president and current head of the Azimio La Umoja Coalition party, Honorable Raila Odinga, has spoken out against Deputy President William Ruto's move to suspend four IEBC commissioners. He called for a rally opposing Ruto's illegal behaviour on December 7, telling his supporters to meet at the Jacaranda grounds.
When Raila warned Kenyans of oncoming unrest, the response was massive. The KANU party, his most vocal supporters, eventually quit the government. According to a Kenyan Facebook post from Star News, former Migori County governor David Obado has spoken out against Raila's planned protests.
At a humanitarian food delivery in Nyanza, the outspoken MP claimed that the Luo people will not join Raila's mass movement. The outspoken lawmaker suggests that the ex-prime minister put his energy towards moving Kenya forward rather than planning rallies that would achieve nothing and drive away support from the public.
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