Raila in a Tight Spot As KANU And Jubilee Pull Out Of His Planned Public Rallies
Orange Democratic Movement party leader honorable Raila Odinga has been left stranded after the two top parties in his camp have pulled out of his planned public rallies.
The former ruling Jubilee and KANU parties have distanced themselves with Raila’s move as they don’t want to be associated with what he wants to do in the nation.
Raila had instructed his supporters that they will be converging at Kamukunji Grounds for discussions to forge a way forward on how they are going to deal with the situation of defending four IEBC commissioners that are about to be ejected from their offices.
Despite being part of Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, Jubilee and KANU parties seems to have no interest in what Raila wants to accomplish.
This has also come just a few hours after President William Ruto asked Raila and his opposition team to give professor Kithure Kindiki a schedule on when and for how long they will be holding demonstrations so that he can allocate them police officers.
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