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"Hii Sasa Iko Na Vituko Aina Gani? " Angry Kenyans React After Raila Announces Countrywide Rallies

Talking in Kisumu province on Sunday, November 27, Raila expressed that the meetings will start in significant urban areas in Kenya and will fan out to different towns.

Odinga, who at first pronounced mass activity, depended on talking with Kenyans prior to taking a last stand on the destiny of Cherera, Justus Nyang'aya, Irene Masit, and Francis Wanderi.

"We will have a gathering on Wednesday, November 30, at the Kamukunji grounds to inquire as to whether they acknowledge these chiefs to be sent home," Odinga uncovered.

The second and third energizes will be held in Mombasa and Nakuru separately.

Raila demanded that the four chiefs were honest and blamed President William Ruto for pursuing them since they would not crease into his requests.

He guaranteed that Ruto needed to get rid of the IEBC staff who might be a hindrance to him shielding his seat in 2027.

"This system which came into power through apparatus races is recklessly determined adapted to send home chiefs who stood firm on reality.

"IEBC is a ref and can't be delegated by a player. So we won't permit Kenya Kwisha to force a commission, that isn't OK," the previous Head made sense of.

What's more, Odinga got down on the President for not making any move to bring down the typical cost for many everyday items in the nation refering to the ascent in expenses of essential products.

Going against the norm, he faulted Ruto for making life harder for Kenyans by getting rid of a portion of the pay producing valuable open doors made by the past system.

"Individuals are enduring and a portion of the palliative estimates which had been presented by the past government like Kazi Mtaani have additionally been halted," the resistance boss expressed.

Raila rebuked Ruto for neglecting to convey the commitments he made to Kenyans during the August 2022 mission and hammered him for acquainting interest with the Hawker reserve.

The issue of the four chiefs prompted a public trade between the two chiefs via virtual entertainment with each blaming the other for attempting to force their direction on individuals of Kenya.

Cherera and the three magistrates were planned to show up before the Public Gathering's Equity and Lawful Issues Panel (JLAC) on Monday, November 28 and Tuesday.

JLAC started hearings for the four beset magistrates on Thursday, November 24 yet individuals from the board of trustees partnered to Azimio alliance boycotted in the wake of organizing a walkout.

Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans about it.

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Irene Masit Justus Nyang'aya Kamukunji Kenyans Kisumu


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