The former prime minister Raila Odinga has defended the four embattled independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) commissioners who are set to face the justice and legal affairs committee from November 28.
Raila has called for public engagement beginning Wednesday at Kamukunji Nairobi before the same is replicated throughout the country.
The commissioners are accused of violating the oath office by rejecting the results of the august 9 presidential election even after participating in the tallying exercise.
Four petitions are currently before Parliament seeking their removal from office hence the summonses by the JLAC.
Raila Odinga's latest move to engage the public in a bid to defend them has been interpreted by some netizens to mean that he intends to hold mass action that he is known for.
Some Netizens opined that Raila should just start with his children instead of using other people's children.
However, a section supported the azimio chief in his endeavor to bring electoral justice.
Zachary: @RailaOdinga mkuje na winnie odinga na RAILA junior na whole assmio families its your right enjoy busy body.
Wesley: From recently retracting his comments on GMO in 2011, kitendawili is not yet done. When President Ruto asked them about referee being chosen by some teams, they yelled at him saying the game would be fair.Terming this man a conman is an understatement!
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