In a news report shared by a trusted source, An eminent bishop enters Bomas, Kenya in alliance with a treatise printed by Azimio La Umoja.
According to a report given to Bishop Mwaure, he claimed it was very disappointing that Raila Odinga, former Prime Minister of Kenya and leader of the Orange Democratic Movement, and his team had not yet relented. In his own words, he argued that this was the only way the country could move forward. It was done at the same time he insisted that he go to the Supreme Court.
In response to his comments, the Kenyan, who expressed his views and suggestions on the matter on his accounts on various social media, asked the Inspector General of Police, together with the Chief of Criminal Investigation, to determine whether this was a crime. I have asked for an investigation to be carried out. The incident claims are true.
Most Kenyans say the government has had to do something about rising instances of unrest and fighting among politicians, even though the country has just passed general elections. It was very disappointing.
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