Shortly after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries vice chairperson Juliana Cherera resigned, Nandi County senator Samson Cherargei has suggested that government should now not issue former prime minister Raila Odinga with a permit to hold demonstrations as he had planned.
Cherargei noted that the exit of Cherara has put Raila's mass action in limbo and should therefore not be allowed to take place.
He also opined that the move by Cherara and Nyang'aya has thrown Raila into political oblivion and confusion since he was banking on their Ouster.
He argued that Kenyans are busy and the demonstrations should be put off to enable them concentrate on economic activities.
"The resignation of IEBC commissioners vice cherera and Ngangaya is long overdue after putting the country in precipice of anarchy and has put Tinga's Maandamo into limbo, confusion and political oblivion. The government should deny him police permit because Kenyans need to work" he posted on his social media pages.
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