Kenyans to be patient with Ruto"/>
Raila Odinga's plan to organize a protest against the plot to sack four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) continues to cause a stir. The planned protest took a new turn on Monday morning, December 5 December 2022, after IEBC Vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera and Nyangaya resigned.
Nandi County Senator Samson Cherargei has spoken shortly after Cherera's resignation calling on the government to deny Raila a permit for police to hold protests. The senator, in a tweet, said that Kenyans need to work and the resignation of two IEBC Commissioners who had quarrelled has made the protests lost, confused and politically forgotten.
"The resignation of IEBC commissioners vice cherera & Ngangaya is long overdue after putting the country in precipice of anarchy & has put Tinga's Maandamo into limbo, confusion & political oblivion. The govt should deny him police permit coz Kenyans need 2 work !."
Earlier, President William Ruto had confirmed that the government was ready to send enough police to the Declaration protest to protect the property of Kenyans.
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