- Muthama however acknowledged that Raila has a constitutional right to hold demonstrations.
- Raila is on Monday set to hold a rally at Kamukunji, where he promised to drop a bombshell on the August 2022 presidential election.
UDA chairman Johnson Muthama has warned Azimio Chief Raila Odinga against using the Kamukunji rally to cause violence.
Muthama however acknowledged that Raila has a constitutional right to hold demonstrations.
"We know picketing is constitutional, but Raila Odinga should not use that in Kamukunji to unleash violence and destroy property belonging to innocent Kenyans," Muthama said.
He said that even though Raila wants to be heard, he ought to use the right channels to pass his message.
"He wants to be heard but he should use the right channels of communication, not misleading gullible citizens in his endeavor to distract the Government of the day from delivering services to Kenyans," he said.
Raila is on Monday set to hold a rally at Kamukunji, where he promised to drop a bombshell on the August 2022 presidential election.
ODM leaders from Nairobi held a meeting at a Nairobi Hotel planning for the rally expected to be highly charged with poll rigging claims.
"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.
The meeting at the Kamukunji grounds is touted as a 'people's Baraza' and will allow Raila to talk about the alleged dossier by an IEBC insider on how the polls were 'manipulated'.
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.