To protect the impartiality of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), the United Green Party Movement (UGM) has asked former prime minister Raila Odinga to delay the scheduled strikes. Exam-taking students in the KCPE and KPSEA are the party's top priority, preceding even its own members' political and individual pursuits.
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The party had previously demanded that Raila Odinga stop prioritizing his needs above those of Kenyans. As the United Green Movement party claims, the real issue in Kenya is not who is removed from the IEBC but rather the people's ability to provide for themselves.
Ahead of the rallies planned to start in Kamukunji grounds, the party had urged the Azimio coalition to be aware that students are currently taking exams. UGM clearly states that political leaders shouldn't disrupt children's tranquillity with demonstrations and threats to peace.
Even though he was soundly defeated in the August 9 elections, former prime minister Raila Odinga still refuses to concede defeat. He's always insisted that his seniority makes him the rightful representative in the State House. He is busy trying to incite violence among his supporters, but his true motive is to place close relatives in high positions.
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