Kimilili member of parliament Didmus Barasa has warned Azimio principal Honourable Raila Odinga against holding countrywide protests.Through his official Twitter account,the lawmaker pointed that protests will only bring interruption and destruction of Hustlers businesses.He has added that incase the former Prime minister starts the demonstrations,he shall summon hustlers to go at Raila's home at Mwitu Estate and reside there.He says he expects the family of Orange Democratic Movement leader to host them by giving them dinner ,a place to sleep and bathrooms.
Raila Odinga has promised to hold public consultations at Kamkunji grounds in Nairobi on 7th and 12th December ,2022 in order to know what Kenyans think about the direction the country is taking.This comes after President Ruto suspended 4 Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners who had disagreed with his victory during the last election.Raila has claimed it uncostitutional saying Ruto might be a dictator in the making , adding that he will never let that happen.
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