• "They are there pushing irrelevant things, we know all they want is nusu mkate (a share of government), " Kiunjuri said.
• His remarks come just a day after Raila officially declared the start of civil defiance against the Kenya Kwanza regime.
Laikipia East MP Mwangi Kiunjuri has challenged Azimio leader Raila Odinga to table his proposals on the reforms he wants to be implemented instead of calling for mass action.
While speaking at Likii Secondary School in Laikipia East, Kiunjuri said Raila's focus on how street protests will benefit him comes at the expense of initiating reforms on issues like inequality for the public good.
"They are there pushing irrelevant things, we know all they want is nusu mkate (a share of government), " he said.
"I'm challenging the opposition, if you are serious come out with a raft of reforms. Tell us what you want that will benefit Kenyans, not only what will benefit you," Kiunjuri added.
His remarks come just a day after Raila officially declared the start of civil defiance against the Kenya Kwanza regime.
It followed the lapse of the 14-day ultimatum he gave on February 24 during the Azimio prayer rally at Jevanjee gardens in Nairobi.
Raila said failure by the William Ruto administration to lower the cost of living and open IEBC servers would be met by mass action.
He, however, delayed the onset of the street action to March 20 even as he said they have lost patience "with an illegitimate regime".
"We begin telling Ruto and Gachagua that we can’t keep living on false promises. The process begins today, here, and now. Ruto must go," Raila said while launching the mass action at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Foundation on Thursday.
But Kiunjuri dismissed the rigging claims saying it cannot be coincidental that Raila is rigged out in every election.
The former Devolution CS pointed out that if there are issues with the IEBC, Raila should table them alongside other reforms that are beneficial to ordinary Kenyans.
"At one given time we must agree when we shall carry reforms in this country because we have issues with this Constitution and other Acts of Parliament but we must wait for the right time," he said.