The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya political analyst Eric Ragalo has told Kenyans that the planned public engagement by ODM boss Raila Odinga in Kamukunji, Nairobi beginning on Wednesday 7th are not for demonstrations.
The analysist who was speaking during an interview with TV 47 this morning, their major intention is to speak the truth with the people of Kenya and not to demonstrate as their opponents in Kenya Kwanza are alleging.
"We are not demonstrating, we are going to be speaking to the people. Let Kenya Kwanza stop thinking that we are demonstrating. We want to tell Kenyans the truth," Ragalo said.
His statement comes few hours after president William Ruto promised to offer maximum security the former prime minister and his team during the event to ensure no property is destroyed in the process.
The ODM boss is believed to be organising for such events to show his disagreement with suspension of the four IEBC commissioners claiming that they did nothing wrong to deserve the treatment they are being subjected to.
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