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Odinga warns officers against taking for granted the peaceful co-existence post-2018 handshake

ODM pioneer Raila Odinga has sentenced the utilization of police to dispense savagery on citizens in the Bonchari and Juja parliamentary by-races. 

He said such happenings should stop. 

The AU agent pointed a blaming finger at senior government authorities for utilizing their situations to manhandle police powers. 

Raila reprimanded the public authority functionaries for transforming the political race field into "a road to seek after fanciful and short-legged political interests." 

He depicted the occasions in the by-decisions as an "egotistical showcase of exemption by a couple of overeager and belligerent government functionaries." 

The ODM supervisor cautioned the officials against underestimating the quiet conjunction post-2018 handshake. 

"The tranquil conjunction should not be underestimated by some rebel components needing to mistake the handshake for a pardon to dissolve our well deserved freedoms," Raila said. 

Police assumed control over the Juja counting focus at Mang'u High school on Tuesday night, kicking out legislators who were following vote checking. 

IEBC revealed that counting was disturbed by a gathering of people drove by Kiambu lead representative James Nyoro, making it inconceivable for the interaction to continue. 

The occasions incited the police to assume responsibility for the counting place and reestablish request. 

ODM stalwarts griped of police provocation in the Bonchari political decision, with reports cops stayed gathering's Treasurer Timothy Bosire (ex Kitutu Masaba MP). 

There were likewise reports of police assaults at Kisii Governor James Ongwae home. 

DP William Ruto's UDA additionally whined of terrorizing focusing on its up-and-comers, authorities, and specialists. 

Raila said the episodes were pointless as 'a political decision measure is a chance for the electors to communicate their will at the polling form.' 

"Security powers exist to serve individuals and not the interests of those out to direct political investigations," the ODM pioneer said in an explanation on Wednesday. 

ODM's Pavel Oimeke – previous EPRA chief general, packed away the Bonchari MP vote while UDA's Francis Muraya won in Rurii ward. 

Raila saluted Oimeke saying the success in the just closed by-political decision was a reasonable show of the relentless help and love for ODM. 

"Lead representative Ongwae, the Kisii ODM group, the Abagusii people group and the whole group of ODM, kazi mzuri!" he tweeted.

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