The plan by Raila hold parallel Jamhuri day celebration is causing jitter in Azimio. The move has sparked mixed reaction in the country as majority of kenyans feel that former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga want to create lawlessness in the country.
Wiper party is now the latest political outfit to distance itself with planned parallel Jamhuri day celebration by Raila Odinga. Speaking to the media, Wiper party chairperson Chirau Makwere has said Raila want to create unnecessary lawlessness in the country.
"What will he do next, swear himself as the president? He will take us back to lawlessness because we gain nothing by creating unnecessary tension in the country," he said.
Chirau Makwere also added that Ruto is president and that Raila cannot reverse that. He warned that Raila risked soiling his reputation as a champion for democracy and a leader who upholds the rule of law.
"Ruto is the president now and you cannot reverse that byholding a parallel rally," Makwere remarked.
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