This week, Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga mentioned out plans to call out Azimio La Umoja supporters to come on Wednesday and demonstrate over the suspension of the Cherera Four among other issues.
While speaking Yesterday, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki revealed that the Goverment will provide security to Raila Odinga and his supporters during the demonstration.
In a statement, Senator Cherargei has sent an Worrying message to Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga ahead of the demonstration by asking the government to deny Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga a police permit because Kenyans needs to work.
Cherargei also responded to the resignation of Julie Cherera and Ngangaya.
"The resignation of IEBC commissioners vice cherera & Ngangaya is long overdue after putting the country in precipice of anarchy & has put Tinga's Maandamo into limbo, confusion & political oblivion. The govt should deny him police permit coz Kenyans need 2 work !.", Senator Arap Cherargei stated
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