Prior to Wednesday’s Kamukunji Rally, Raila Teases a Major Revelation

As he gathers followers for his planned statewide protests against President William Ruto’s administration, Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga has hinted at a significant disclosure.

Odinga has promised to “bring down President Ruto’s system” at the public protests that will begin on Wednesday, December 7 at the Kamukunji Grounds in Nairobi.

However, despite the fact that Jubilee and KANU, two members of the Azimio alliance, have already canceled the scheduled protests, the former prime minister took to social media on Sunday to reaffirm that they are still going ahead.

“We are aware of what they did, how they accomplished it, and who assisted them. Without revealing much about who or what he was alluding to, Odinga stated, “We shall unveil all that shortly.

He continued, “Our meeting on Wednesday will go as scheduled. His appointment followed a tour of Utawala in Nairobi.

Odinga’s demonstrations are a result of the ongoing investigation by Parliament into four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

The four, Juliana Cherera, Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi, and Justus Nyang’aya, are being interrogated as a result of petitions filed questioning their eligibility to hold office as a result of their disavowing of the presidential election results of August 9.

On Friday, Nyang’anya submitted his resignation.
In addition, he charges President Ruto with rigging the elections in 2027 after the suspension of the four and what he labels “skewed public appointments.”

Ruto downplayed Odinga’s rallies on Sunday, saying he wouldn’t be stopped from advancing the nation.

He declared during a church service at the University of Embu in Embu County, “We will continue without development programs with or without public rallies because we know that they do not want the country’s economy to expand.”

The president stressed that despite the Azimio leader’s continuous attempts to obstruct government development, he will continue to expand the country’s economy.

“They are free to act however they want, but I can promise them that Kenya won’t be the same. You won’t use threats against the Kenyan people and blackmail our country. We are determined to advance the nation, and you won’t stop us. These individuals should be carrying out the opposition’s work.

The Head of State continued by announcing that he had instructed Interior Cabinet Secretary Prof. Kithure Kindiki to obtain the rally’s schedule so that security personnel could be dispatched “to protect” Odinga and his supporters.

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