Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for a crisis meeting ahead of the highly slated Wednesday demonstrations against Ruto's government.
According to the report, Raila has summoned members of Parliament from the Azimio Coalition wing to hold depth discussions about the planned demos on Wednesday.
The demonstrations of Raila Odinga have received a huge back up from wiper party who are pushing for the street protest, however, KANU party of Gideon Moi has pulled out of the move. An important meeting has now been called by Raila to give a proper decision on if it is necessary to hold riots in Nairobi.
The planned Wednesday demonstrations are as a result of UDA MPs pushing for the removal of the four IEBC commissioners who dissented after holding divergent opinions with that of Wafula Chebukati on the presidential results declaration day.
All eyes now on Raila Odinga on if he will abort the demonstration mission as President Ruto has warned him about going to the streets and cause disunity.
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