A few days ago he informed Kenyans that he will be holding mega rallies to ask Kenyans if they agree the removal of the 4 IEBC commissioners.
Today, the source has reported that the former Prime Minister of Kenya has postponed the rallies that he had informed Kenyans he will hold.
NTV Kenya has reported that the former president of Kenya His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta had a hand in the postponement of the mega rallies.
The source has also informed Kenyans that Uhuru Kenyatta met with the president of Kenya His Excellency William Samoei Ruto and what they discussed they spoke about the rallies Raila said he will hold.
Here is what the source has reported;
"Pro-Cherera Rallies Postponed
Former president Uhuru may have had a hand in ODM leader Raila Odinga's calling off street demos as it emerges it was one of the items discussed between president Ruto and Kenyatta when they met Monday" NTV Kenya posted on their official verified Facebook page.
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