Political analyst Gabriel Muthuma has urged the Azimio leader Raila Odinga to allow the president to constitute the IEBC peacefully. He is clear that Ruto has not broken any law in the recruitment of the IEBC panel despite Raila's street protests. Muthuma has urged Raila Odinga who has the advise of senior lawyers to read the constitution.
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Gabriel Muthuma is heavily convinced that the Azimio leader Raila Odinga is just trying to force Ruto to go outside the constitution and engage in talks. Muthuma is clear that the president is focused on his agenda for the country and he should only be questioned when he breaks the law.
Gabriel Muthuma has explained that President William Ruto has followed all the law guidelines in the recruitment of IEBC Panel. He is clear that the removal of 4 IEBC Commissioners also followed the law to it's final conclusion.
Gabriel Muthuma is clear that Raila Odinga must not try to push the president to unconstitutional arrangements and unnecessary talks on matters that are expressly in the constitution. Kenyans are waiting to know of what unfolds for it's a fact that we truly live in changing political times.
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