Former Kieni MP Kanini Kega has asked Azimio One Kenya allies to postpone the Wednesday mass action and at least give the government a longer period to determine their score card.
Kega who is battling for the leadership of Jubilee Party earlier declared to have joined President William Ruto's camp.
The EALA MP boldly addressed those in Azimio warning that massive protest would be a threat to the country and chase away foreign investors.
" I urge those in opposition camp to give the government time to deliver. Give them one year so that we can have a score card. Mass action is detrimental to image of a country, a turn off to investors." Kega said.
Kenya Kwanza administration earlier revealed plans to reduce Raila's strength through imposing travel ban to Western countries.
However, Mr Odinga said his planned mass action was provided for in the 2010 Constitution and any nation planning to issue a travel ban against him on that basis is free to do so.
Former EACC boss Patrick Lumumba earlier said Raila should stop public rallies and also cancel the planned mass action warning there was a threat of breaking into chaos.
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