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Raila Odinga Changes His Tactics Ahead Of His Mega Protest, Tells Supporters Of His New Plan

Raila Odinga, the head of the opposition has send a message to his supporters alleging on what will happen on 8th March. According to Raila's new plan, he has alleged that before, the coalition's top leaders were in charge of organizing protests; however, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) county officials are now in charge of the mass action.

Earlier, Raila outlined three demands that President William Ruto must fulfill before they can begin ceasefire negotiations.

(Photo: Azimio leader, Raila Odinga)

Raila claims that everyone in the nation will participate in the anticipated protest over the high cost of living as a result. But he made it clear that he will provide guidance on March 8th, when the stipulated deadline for the mass action expires.


He stated, "In four days, I will tell you the way forward." I will come and tell you the route that we will take."

"We cannot go to the 2027 general elections with the current independent electoral and boundary commission," he added.

He stated that he is adopting this course of action since court battles are not truthful, as seen by the fact that his petition was dismissed in the wake of the election results.


"There was a dispute over the results of the general elections held on August 9, 2022, and we moved to the Supreme Court to challenge it," Raila said.


"We already know how the elections were messed up, despite the courts' unfortunate dishonesty," he continued.


Former Kakamega governor, Wycliffe Oparanya, who was also there, assured to support and follow Raila on whatever he says.

"I want to assure Raila that we are fully behind him and we will go the route he will show us," he stated.

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Azimio ODM Orange Democratic Movement Raila Raila Odinga


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