Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei, has now asked President William Ruto to deny ODM leader Raila Odinga police permit ahead of his planned demonstrations on December 7th at Kamukunji Grounds in Nairobi.
Taking to his official Twitter page on Monday morning, the vocal United Democratic Alliance (UDA) legislator said that the resignation of IEBC Vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera has now out Odinga's protests in limbo.
According to the lawmaker, the Head of State, should deny security to Odinga since majority of Kenyans do not have time for unnecessary protests considering that they have work to do.
"The resignation of IEBC commissioners vice cherera & Ngangaya is long overdue after putting the country in precipice of anarchy & has put Tinga's Maandamo into limbo, confusion & political oblivion. The govt should deny him police permit coz Kenyans need 2 work !." posed Cherargei.
President Ruto, while addressing Kenyans at a church service yesterday in Kiambu County, said that he will provide security for Odinga's demonstrations so as to ensure that properties belonging to Kenyans are not destroyed.
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