Speaking in Kisumu, Raila was accompanied by several leaders from Kisumu led by Kisumu governor Anyan'g Nyong'o and his deputy governor Mathews Owili.
Raila asked Kenyans who are supporting the review process not being worried at all about the court decision to stop the initiative.
"Do not be worried about what is happening in the courts.We will ensure the issue is sorted out so that we proceed to a referendum." He said.
Raila also urged the residents of Kisumu to welcome president Uhuru Kenyatta in a great way on Madaraka day celebrations next week.
Uhuru and Raila are much set for a major fight back to salvage BBI through a legal and peaceful battle involving the créme de la créme of constitutional lawyers.
Raila encouraged the citizens and told them not to lose hope for they will defeat the enemies.
"Even in the Bible,Ayub was tempted by the devil.We must not lose hope in the end,we will defeat the enemies of the reforms agenda because nobody can stop regulate." He said.
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