Raila Odinga was barred from accessing the DCI headquarters where Fred Matiang'i was being interrogated."If they want problems, they will get problems," Raila Odinga angrily said.
The ODM leader was annoyed after a police officer told him that he was instructed not to let the Azimio leader in. Raila questioned why police were not allowing him into the DCI headquarters, yet it was a public office.
In a thinly veiled attack against the opposition leader, Miguna questioned how Raila would succeed in removing President William Ruto from state house.On Tuesday, March 7, 2023, Miguna Miguna laughed off Raila's planned countrywide mass action against the ruling Kenya Kwanza despite failing to access the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters .
"How is conman @RailaOdinga going to forcefully remove president @WilliamsRuto from power and frog match him from @StateHouseKenya when the coward can’t even enter the @DCI_Kenya headquarters? Please tell me Kenyans, a beg! ," Miguna tweet .
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