- Omanga said Raila is trying to push for a handshake through his maandamano
- Raila is on Monday set to hold a rally in Kamukunji, where he promised to drop a bombshell on the August 2022 presidential election.
Former nominated senator Millicent Omanga has chided Azimio leader Raila Odinga's move to hold a rally at Kamukunji grounds.
Omanga said Raila is trying to push for a handshake through his maandamano and that he will not stop until President William Ruto gives him the attention.
"The idea behind the continued maandamano threats is to try to push the government into a handshake situation. He will not stop until the President gives him that attention," she tweeted.
Omanga, however, said President Ruto is not like former President Uhuru Kenyatta who did a handshake with Raila.
"Huyu wa sasa sio kama ule wa kitambo. Hii ilishaenda!"
This translates to"The current one is not like the old one. This is gone!"
Raila is on Monday set to hold a rally at Kamukunji, where he promised to drop a bombshell on the August 2022 presidential election.
The opposition leader will jet into the country from Pretoria, South Africa and then head straight to Kamukunji.
"We are on for the rally," Makadara MP George Aladwa, who is also the chairman of ODM in Nairobi, told the Star.
"It is going to be the mother of all rallies, watch this space."
Raila has convened the rally to allegedly give his supporters a 'way forward' following a dossier that claims Odinga's victory in the August 9 polls was stolen.
President Ruto said he will not allow the peace and tranquillity in the country to be disrupted by a few individuals who are chasing personal interests.