Honorable Raila Odinga, the head of the Azimio La Umoja Coalition party and a former Kenyan prime minister, expressed his displeasure with Ruto's choice to suspend four IEBC commissioners yesterday. In preparation for expected protests against Ruto's illegal activity, he advised his supporters to assemble on December 7 at the Jacaranda grounds.When Raila forewarned Kenyans of oncoming turmoil, there was a tremendous reaction. Even the KANU party, one of his staunchest allies, eventually quit the legislature. A former governor of Migori County named David Obado has criticized Raila's planned rallies, according to a Star News report published in Kenya on Facebook.
Speaking in Nyanza at a humanitarian food distribution, the outspoken leader said that the Luo people would not join Raila's mass movement. Instead of planning protests that would eventually be unsuccessful and alienate Kenyans, the outspoken MP recommends the former prime minister to concentrate on promoting Kenya. If you have any additional comments, kindly do so in the comments section below and follow me for more updates.
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