According to a post he shared he has condemned the happenings that happened in that area saying that the police shown impunity of the highest level.
Raila has also made the police know their work is to protect the people of Kenya and not to vandalise their rights. According to Raila the people of Kenya go to cast their votes so that they will exercise their own right to vote.
The former prime minister also has sent a message to those who want to see the handshake is dead asking them not to do so because it has really gain since 2018.
Raila at the ends says that whatever he has outlined should stop with immediate effect.
Kenyans on Facebook have sparked reactions from his post and here is what they had to say concerning the same.
Mariks has said that Kenya is a democratic country and the democracy must be respected. Get the the culprit and remove them from the office.
"You have started to oppose the government again. I think that is where you belong. As Kenyans we need you in opposition." Luke commented.
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