Raila Odinga today took a rant on social media platforms calling on President Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance tribunal move against Independent Election and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officials. Odinga being the opposition leader is tasked with providing oversight roles to the government.
According to a post shared by Citizen tv on their Twitter account, Raila Odinga Protested tribunal calling for rallies on 7th and 12th December this year. He also slammed President Ruto's tribunal move on Independent Election and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). He claimed that Ruto is scheming to rig 2027 elections.
The Azimio leader further claimed Ruto wants a friendly IEBC. He said the meeting will help the opposition government to address some of the issues which need the Kenya Kwanza Alliance administration to focus on.
Photo: (Courtesy, Twitter) Raila Odinga today.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1598741548811763712?t=xitv0AaBE32s2UPlHlMz3A&s=19
Photo : (Courtesy) Raila Odinga, Twitter
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