Honorable Raila Odinga, the former president of Kenya and leader of the Azimio La Umoja Coalition party, expressed his disappointment with Ruto's decision to suspend four IEBC commissioners yesterday. In preparation for anticipated protests against Ruto's illegal activity, he advised his supporters to congregate at the Jacaranda grounds on December 7.
When Raila warned Kenyans of imminent unrest, several people responded. Even his staunchest allies, the KANU party, eventually deserted the assembly. According to a Star News report published in Kenya on Facebook, David Obado, the former governor of Migori County, has condemned Raila's planned protests.
While addressing in Nyanza at a humanitarian food distribution, the outspoken MP asserted that the Luo people will not participate in Raila's mass movement. The outspoken MP counsels the former prime minister to concentrate on Kenya's advancement rather than stage protests that will eventually be ineffective and divide Kenyans.
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