Raila Odinga, leader of the opposition, has cautioned President William Ruto against putting too much faith in the vice president.
The head of the Azimio claimed that the people’s might is greater than that of the state.
If you want to learn more about us, Raila said, “Ask Nyayo (late President Moi) about us.”
Speaking to his loyalists at the Jakaranda grounds, Raila claimed victory in the August 9 elections.
Despite losing to Ruto by over 2 million votes, Raila is confident that he would still win in a rematch.
The crowd responded with chants of “Ruto must go.”
The ODM leader is actively campaigning against Ruto’s administration, and he has announced his upcoming stops across the country.
The politician pledged to travel across Kenya to rally the population.
Machakos, Nakuru, Kakamega, Kisii, Kisumu, and Mombasa are next on the itinerary for the Azimio rallies.
After starting in Nairobi, Raila will travel to Kiambu, Garissa, Isiolo, and finally, Turkana, for a massive gathering.
He emphasized, “This is not about me; it is about the young, the female, the kid, the disabled, and the elderly.”
“Kenyans must have access to an election, the ballots must be counted, and the results must be announced according to the results counted,”
Azimio’s Jakaranda rally attracted thousands of his backers.
Before the meeting, Raila and other top Azimio officials, including Wiper boss Kalonzo Musyoka, attended a church service at the Jesus Teaching Ministries.
Others there included Martha Karua, head of the Narc Kenya, Wycliffe Oparanya, former governor of Kakamega, Embakasi East MP Babu Owino, and Narok senator Ledama Ole Kina.
“At Jacaranda, we have decided to publicly oppose this administration. Let’s all tune in to hear what’s being said.” The ODM, which Raila leads, tweeted.