Raila Odinga, Kenya's ex-prime minister, will hold a rally tomorrow to discuss the issue of the four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission who have recently come under fire.
The former prime minister has called for rallies to be held across the country in defense of the four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Rigathi Gachagua, Kenya's vice president, responded by saying that Raila's kids are at the East African Leaders' Assembly (EALA), whereas he wants poor kids to march in the streets.
President William Ruto also responded this morning, saying he will not reciprocate the disruption of people's peace by acting violently.
On Wednesday, former prime minister Raila Odinga will hold a "public consultations rally" about the IEBC four, and the government plans to provide security for the event.
According to the information at hand, Interior CS Kithure Kindiki expressed these views this evening.
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