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The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Amollo Odinga is today expected to hold a huge meeting at Kamukunji grounds. According to Odinga, this will be a consultative meeting with his supporters.
Earlier many thought that he was planning for demonstrations concerning the suspension of the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission officials who President William Samoei Ruto suspended a few days ago.
Many political analysts are arguing differently concerning what the former Prime Minister is planning. Political pundit by the name Barrack Muluka has indicated that Odinga's meetings will send him to retirement because Kenyans are tired of Odinga doing the same thing year in and year out and expecting different results.
Barack Muluka: Photo/Courtesy
In my opinion, those who will attend should embrace peace. Remember peace is paramount in any country.
What are your sentiments concerning what Muluka has said? Comment down here.
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