Former Presidential candidate has sent a warning to Raila Odinga after his Kamukunji rally.
His remarks came after Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga told thousands of his supporters Monday at the Kamukunji grounds in Nairobi that he does not recognize William Ruto as the country’s president.
Odinga said the presidential election in August last year was rigged against him.
He asserted that cartels rigged the polls in favor of Ruto by infiltrating the Supreme Court and the Electoral Commission.
In what appears to be a direct warning to the Azimio leader, Dr Ekuru Aukot slams Mr Odinga telling him that is not the best way to seek justice.
He added that even inciting the public is not the best way.
“The direction Azimio is taking is dangerous for the country. There are better ways of seeking justice. Incitement is not one of them.” Dr Ekuru Aukot said
Raila also demanded that the Kenya Kwanza government resigns, arguing that it had neither the mandate of the people nor the ability to govern.
In addition, he and other Azimio leaders asked citizens to reject the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) administration.
While describing the policies as “unfortunate and unfair”, Raila said they must be resisted and urged his supporters to start the resistance at once.
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