- On Friday, the Azimio leader travelled to Wiper leader Kalonzi Musyoka's Yatta Farm for a Thanksgiving Service.
- He said the Supreme Court should be investigated over the verdict it rendered in the presidential elections petition of August 9.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga started the week by attending the Jubilee National Delegates Conference in a show of solidarity with the embattled wing of former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
During Monday's event at Ngong' Racecourse, which was chaired by former President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila called for respect for all retired national leaders.
He said there have been ''uncouth, primitive and unwarranted attacks'' on Uhuru and the Kenyatta family.
''I call for the respect of retired leaders not because Uhuru is in Azimio, I say so because it is what I believe in and it is what civilised people should believe in,'' Raila said.
At the same time, he accused President William Ruto's government of scheming to remove the presidential term limit.
''The end game by Kenya Kwanza in its schemes against Jubilee is to give itself a super-majority in Parliament that will enable them to amend the constitution towards desired goals including the possible removal of term limits," he said.
The current constitution provides that a president shall serve for a maximum of two five-year terms.
Jubilee party has been having an internal rivalry with one faction, led by EALA's Kanini Kega pledging allegiance to Ruto.
Raila urged the delegates present "not to give up on that regime governed by empathy for citizens, honesty and accountability as opposed to the lies Kenya Kwanza sold and continues to sell".
On Tuesday, the Azimio leader took part in a food distribution exercise in Nyadorera, Siaya.
He was accompanied by other leaders including Governors James Orengo (Siaya) and Paul Otuoma (Busia) distributed unga and cooking oil to families affected by floods.
The Azimio outfit halted the bipartisan talks on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, Raila said the Kenya Kwanza outfit was using the talks to calm down the political temperatures and continue with business as usual.
Raila said Kenya Kwanza has no clear direction on whether the talks should proceed or not.
"Kenya Kwanza side is essentially several teams in one; the members are answering to different bosses and are not moving in the same direction. They are getting different instructions and are clearly pulling in different directions," he said.
Among the issues they raise for halting the talks were the cost of living, an audit of IEBC servers, restructuring and reconstitution of IEBC and an end to taking over Azimio affiliate parties.
On Thursday, Raila announced that the Luo Council of Elders will hold elections next month to pick the successor of former chairman Wilis Otondi.
Otondi died on February 17 and was buried on March 4, 2023, at his Nyahera home.
Raila said the election is going to be a general assembly known as 'Wii Pinje' which will bring in people from all the Luo Nyanza sub-counties.
On Friday, the Azimio leader travelled to Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka's Yatta Farm for a Thanksgiving Service.
He said the Supreme Court should be investigated over the verdict it rendered in the presidential elections petition of August 9.
He said they went to court in the hope of getting justice at the apex court following the disputed poll results but all they got were insults.
"Everybody was at fault. When we went to the court, we thought we would get justice in the Supreme Court. We did not get justice, all we got was insults, matusi!" Raila said.
"So we are saying even the Supreme Court will have to be investigated. Where did this ruling come from?"
At the same time, the Azimio leader said some 2,000 hackers have been hired to interfere with IEBC servers.
"We heard that they hired some 2,000 youth to change things inside the server. We are watching them, we are seeing them and we are telling them weeeh, you'll have it rough if you play," Raila said.