Raila Amolo Odinga who is the Kenyan politician and the leader of ODM party had his candidates in yesterday's by-elections which had several activities such as police harassment, election rigging activities amongst other uncoot behaviors.
Raila Odinga has accused the state of impunity which is believed to have been spearheaded by the interior security minister Dr Matiang'i,he has also condemned the abuse and misuse of police power in Juja, Bonchari polls to frustrate other parties candidates.
However, Raila's statement has been corrected by some of the citizens who felt that since Raila is one of the deep state he should be on the forefront to correct such behaviors.One of the Citizens told him that this is what he is supposed to be doing all along, checks on the excesses of the govt. But sadly he went to bed with the same govt hence no correction can be done.
This behavior of Government oppressing their competitors is what should be stopped so as to allow everyone practice his democratic rights in a peaceful manner.
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