The Star Newspaper Headline today talks about the orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga who is planning to hold anti-Ruto meetings. According to the Star newspaper headline, the former prime minister Raila Odinga is expected to hold meetings with his team to discuss about the president William Ruto who is now planning to remove the four independent electoral and boundaries commission officers.
According to the newspaper, the former prime minister Raila Odinga will be addressing several issues about the removal of the independent electoral and boundaries commission officers. The four commissioners led by the deputy chairperson Hon Juliana Cherera tried to sabotage the presidential results in the last general election.
Despite that, the petition of removing them from the office is currently continuing in the parliament building where members of parliament are discussing. It is now time for leaders to focus on the lives of poor Kenyans who are suffering everyday due to high cost of living.
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