The general elections are less than five weeks ways and campaign trails are getting intense.
Raila and DP Ruto are putting in efforts to increase their chances and the former prime minister had a message to the Independent Electoral and Commission on the August 9th polls.
IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati's statement that they won't be a manual register at the polling stations has raised concerns in the political class especially Raila's side.
The electoral body had earlier indicated it will use only the automated and technology based systems in the upcoming general elections.
Speaking in Gatundu today, Raila Odinga says the Manual register is a must in every polling station this coming general election or there won't be any.
These remarks have made Kenyans react to Raila's.
Some of the comments
Jessica "The 5th president William Ruto, Raila to Bondo express"
Mr Langat "Waja kulalamika Mr kitendawili, mambo bad"
This seems to be a recipe for chaos as it has been witnessed in the last couple of years and Kenyans should be wary of politicians trying to make them fight each other.
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