Today, the former prime Minister Raila Odinga has asked all his strong supporters to come out in huge number and attend the planned Kamkunji rally.
Raila has revealed that the Azimio wing will hold 30 day protests against the president William Ruto after his latest decision to kick off the famous Cherera Four.
According to reports, Ruto suspended the four IEBC commissioners saying that they wanted to lead the country into turmoils during the August General Elections.
The said Cherera Four distanced themselves from Chebukati's final declaration of Ruto as the 5th president of kenya.
This interesting development led to serious tension, nevertheless, Ruto won in the Supreme Court of Kenya where he was declared the president elect.
He was later sworn-in in a mega ceremony at Kasarani stadium.
Well, interior cabinet secretary Professor Kithure Kindiki has sent a warning to the Azimio wing saying police officers will be deployed to quell the rallies if they get out of hands.
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