The Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot has urged Raila Odinga to change tact and stop using threats and intimidation as a means of getting into government. The Senator for Kericho has remained clear that Ruto's Government is intact and it's not threatened by the latest call for mass action.
Senator Aaron Cheruiyot is clear that the Azimio leader Raila Odinga has added another week of threats to government. The Senator for Kericho is firm that William Ruto is a leader who cannot be intimidated through street protests.
The Senator for Kericho has urged president William Ruto to ignore the opposition and instead focus on the delivery of his agenda for the country. The Senator for Kericho is clear that Raila Odinga is a coward who cannot dare lead demonstrations to Statehouse.
The Senator has also urged Raila Odinga to stop using the Azimio supporters for his personal gain. He is clear that the latest attempts by Azimio are aimed at ensuring that Raila Odinga gets to the eating table just like it happened in the handshake administration
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