President Uhuru Kenyatta's handshake partner Honorable Raila Odinga has suffered another huge blow today after two petitioners allied Dp Ruto moved to court to stop him from participating in the fourth coming elections for the top seat.
This comes only a week after nominated Member of Parliament David ole Sankok promised to take Raila to court over his 2018 swearing-in as the peoples’ president.
In the file that was taken to court today by petitioners, George Bush and John Kenga, the duo wants the court to compel Director of Criminal and Investigation George Kinoti, Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji and Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to institute criminal charges against Raila.
George Bush and John Kenga argued that Raila has never been called to account for his January 30, 2018 act. They also want ODM barred from fielding candidates over the parallel swearing-in ceremony at Kasarani Stadium.
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