Azimio la Umoja boss Raila Odinga's move to mobilize his supporters against Kenya Kwanza Government, faces backlash.
This is after former Migori Governor Zachary Okoth Obado rallies a section of South Nyanza leaders against Azimio leader Raila Odinga's call for mass action against President Ruto's government.
Raila's biggest support base, stems from the Nyanza region, particularly in Kisumu, Siaya and Homa Bay counties.
Obado condemned Raila's move asking the people of Luo Nyanza to remain peaceful.
President Ruto also ask Kenyans not to engage in any demonstrations that were made out of self interest.
Raila's support group from those regions is expected to lead any kind of demonstrations set to be launched by the former Prime minister.
"We are saying enough is enough. If it is demonstrations, we did it and we are tired. We have never got anything from demonstrations. And this time, no one will go out to demonstrate. If Raila want to protest, then he should do it himself," Obado said.
The ODM Party leader has been protesting President Ruto's move to suspend the four who differed with IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati over the August polls results.
He condemned the suspension of four commissioners terming the move as political.
Raila called Kenyans to convene at Kamukunji Grounds on December 7 and 12, to chat way forward on how to make the Kenya Kwanza government accountable.
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