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Poll shows that 57% of Kenyans say Raila should be given constitutional powers

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga will today spell out his anti-government programmes as he launches a resistance against President William Ruto’s administration that is expected to run for 30 days, before a final declaration.

A Kenyan poll conducted by shows that 57% of Kenyans believe that Former prime minister Raila Amolo Odinga should be given constitutional powers as opposition leader.

The poll posted on twitter read like this;

Do you think Raila Odinga should be given Constitutional powers as Opposition Leader? #KenyansPoll

1. Yes

2. No

"We have done an audit and have established how our votes were stolen and the number of the stolen votes. We shall reveal it all on Wednesday,” Mr Odinga said.

Here are some of the comments from twitter;

"Constitutional rights aren't meant for an individual but an office, anyone can be an opposition leader the same way anyone can hold the presidency"

What are your thoughts about Raila Odinga being given the constitutional rights of being the opposition leader?

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