As Raila's due date continues to draw nearer, many leaders have reached out to the former Prime Minister to try and dissuade him to postpone the Monday demonstration with no success. Raila Odinga has continued mobilizing his troops from across the regions asking them to join other Kenyans during the Monday Protests.
Among those that have tried to convince the former Prime Minster to change his mind on the planned protest include the church leaders who want the former Prime Minister to talk to the President for a possible solution other than demonstrations.
Speaking to the residents of Nyanza, Alego Usonga MP Samuel Atandi has told off the religious leaders trying to convince the opposition leader to postponed the demonstration. In his message the MP had this to say ''There are some Church leaders who are trying to persuade Raila Odinga to call off the Monday Demonstrations, we want to tell them that Raila Odinga will not call off the demonstrations, because we gave you two weeks to talk to us and you did not.''
The MP further stated that the party will not engage or talk to anybody concerning the halting of the demonstrations and the protests will continue as planned by the Azimio leadership. Also watch the video using the link below;
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