The Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga is still pressing hard for William Ruto to resign from his position as the President. The Azimio leader is still insisting that Ruto is not a legitimate President as the electrol body turned down people's sovereignty. The Former Prime Minister has since started his anti-Ruto rallies with hopes that through this, he will get his win back. Raila announced mass action across the whole country if the government will not reduce the taxes on basic commodities.
Some leaders are supporting these rallies by the Azimio leaders. However, it has been revealed that many elected governors on Azimio La Umoja One Kenya party have been avoiding the rallies by Odinga. Reports have indicated that ODM county governors are avoiding Azimio rallies. In his rally in Trans Nzoia county, Governor George Natembeya missed on the team that toured in his county. The act that caused mixed reactions among Kenyans. It not just Natembeya, many Azimio governors avoiding Raila's rallies.
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