Raila Odinga the ODM leader and Azimio chief has lashed out at the Kenya Kwanza administration led by President Ruto saying that he is not interested in traveling abroad and that international sanctions would not deter him from the anti-government protest. The Azimio chief affirmed that his fourteen days ultimatum for the government to lower the cost of living still stands and that sanctions won't stop him. Raila maintains that Ruto's government is illegitimate and that his victory was snatched at the polls by electoral officials and that he will not stop championing the betterment of Kenyans and the nation at large.
President William Ruto's allies have been calling for the international community to impose a ban on Raila should he proceed with the mass action that might happen after the fourteen days ultimatum elapses. The President's allies want Raila's privileges slashed and his diplomatic passport recalled if he continues undermining the Kenya Kwanza administration and the work that the government is doing. Like, share, comment, and follow us on our blog, jmedia1.blogspot.com.
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