Opposition leader and the chief of Azimio coalition Raila Odinga has said he will not relent his push against President Ruto’s presidency. Mr. Odinga has backed his words by holding nationwide rallies attacking Ruto.
In all his previous anti-government rallies, Raila has stood his ground stating that Ruto did not win the presidential race legally. Raila said that IEBC went to bed with Ruto and cooked up figures. He stated that Ruto is an illegitimate president and he will never accept him as president.
During the Kitale rally over the weekend, Raila and Azimio pushed for the opening of election servers stating that the numbers in the servers will inform Kenyans on how the elections were rigged.
In a snippet of an interview Raila held with KTN’s Ken Mijungu, Raila revealed that there will be no handshake whatsoever with Ruto.
He further revealed that he has never seen eye to eye with the president since his inauguration despite rumors that the two have met to discuss possible handshake deals.
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