Azimio Party leader Hon Raila Odinga has announced the start of protests in Nairobi County, with more problems to load.
Speaking a few minutes ago, Raila initially accused the current regime of rigging the election to gain power, but he wanted to add more pain to the wound by sacking the commissioner.
Honorable Raila Odinga said, "Kenyans will not accept this because it is known to the world that these people lost the election badly and stole this election. Now we cannot add to the trauma."
According to Raila, Nairobi residents will meet at Kamukunji Square and take action to help determine if the IEBC commissioner will not return home.
"We have said that we will consult extensively with the people of Kenya. We will start in Nairobi on Wednesday. We will meet the people of Nairobi in Kamukunji square and ask if they accept the departure of this commissioner from home," added His Excellency Raila Odinga.
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