Fresh details have emerged of how Cherera's resignation has deflated Raila's planned demonstrations. The former premier was planning the demonstrations to stop the removal of 4 IEBC Commissioners. The resignation of Cherera is therefore a major blow to his planned rallies for the agenda has collapsed.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Tuko_co_ke/status/1599703934171774978?s=20&t=b_XtjU9kh63IVJ0tbBisJQ
Raila Odinga was planning demonstrations to save Cherera but such has failed to materialize. The latest move by Cherera has also exposed Raila as a person who is not organized.
Raila Odinga is slowly losing relevance since he announced plans to hold demonstrations against Ruto's administration. Most Kenyans feel that such plans are irrelevant and useless because that's not the way to criticize a government.
President Ruto has been on record making it known that any attempts to destroy properties of Kenyans or cause harm would be punished. As always, Kenyans are waiting to see of Raila's next move after the resignation of his client Juliana Cherera.
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