The ODM party had earlier announced a public rallies to protest president William Ruto's plan to remove the IEBC vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera and the other three Commissioners who protested his election during the August 9 general elections.
"Raila Odinga, I notice you want to sneak Kakamega into your mass action.
With Beatrice Inyangala (PS), James Muhati (PS), Hadija Nganyi (CRA), Wamatsi (Tourism) & myself we are firmly chatting the path to development for our people & County. Please try your talents elsewhere". Senator Boni Kwalwale said.
Kakamega county is one the county Raila Odinga controls in Western region, a section of Kenyans believe that Raila Odinga's move to protest the removal of IEBC vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera and the other three Commissioners might spell doom for president William Ruto's government.
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