The Azimio La Umoja coalition seems to be hell-bent in their push to put the Ruto-led government into check, the coalition led by Raila Odinga have promised to lead Kenyans in demonstration against the new move by Kenya Kwanza to axe the dissenting commissioners.
Today there has been a major development after the independent electoral and boundaries commission vice chairperson Juliana Cherera tendered her resignation, this raised more questions than answers if Raila will continue with their move.
Azimio seems to be setting their eyes on the course because they have held a presser to confirm everything will go as planned including having a parallel Jamhuri day.
Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe has been in-attendence and has spoken, his message was just brief he called on Kenyans not to just sit back and watch as the country goes to the dogs, he has warned Kenyans that the new government is taking us back to the old days of dictatorship but he has promised to engage against them.
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