On Monday, January 23, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga led his troops to Kamkunji grounds to protest over alleged electoral malpractices in the 2022 presidential elections.
This was after a report released by an alleged IEBC whistleblower claimed that Raila won the presidential polls after garnering 8,170,355 votes ahead of President William Ruto who reportedly managed 5,919,973 votes.
Addressing journalists in Nairobi last week over the report, Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka said Raila who was then out of the country would give way forward once he gets back to the country.
“In a few days, our coalition leader who is abroad will be arriving in the country and we will give Kenyans a way forward. At that time we will collectively issue a public statement together with the data and the direction the country should take following these revelations,” Kalonzo Musyoka said.
However, addressing thousands of his supporters minutes after jetting back, the opposition leader did not give his supporters a clear way after the whistleblower’s damning revelations.
Raila instead told his supporters that he will hold another mega rally at the Jacaranda Grounds.
As such, Raila Odinga’s chief agent in the 2022 General Election Saitabao Ole Kanchori on Monday, January 23, faulted the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party presidential candidate for failing to give a clear way forward.
In a statement, Kanchori asked his former boss to come clean on his plans or hold his peace adding that Kenyans don’t have time for silly games.
“Baba (Raila Odinga) should give a clear way forward or hold his peace. Kenyans don’t have time for silly games,” Kanchory said in a Tweet.
During the Kamkunji rally, Raila insisted that he does not recognize William Ruto as the president adding that he won the hotly contested presidential polls.
“We as Azimio reject the 2022 election results. We cannot and will not recognize the Kenya Kwanza regime and consider the Kenya Kwanza government illegitimate. We don’t recognize William Ruto as the President of Kenya,” Raila told the crowd at the Kamukunji Grounds,” Raila said.