•The Senator claimed that Odinga's planned rallies were blackmail for a forced handshake with President William Ruto.
•Ruto said he will not allow the peace and tranquillity of the country to be disrupted by a few individuals who are chasing personal interests.
Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei has told off the Azimio la Umoja Coalition to stop blackmailing the President, saying such threats won't work.
On Tuesday, the Kenya Kwanza Senator said nothing from the Raila Odinga-led coalition will stop President William Ruto from fixing the country.
"H.E Ruto is fully and absolutely in charge of the country no blackmail nor intimidation shall prevent the fixing of the economy and transformation," Cherargei said.
On Monday, the Senator claimed that Odinga's planned rallies were blackmail to force a handshake with President William Ruto.
Cherargei said the alleged forced handshake will not happen.
"Tinga (Raila) waited until development goodies had been taken to Nyanza then he now starts to incite leaders against the government," he said on Monday.
"This is blackmail for a forced handshake which shall not happen. Police must deal ruthlessly with any looters of wananchi property during the Kamukunji rally."
The Senator further said it was ironic that the opposition leader claims his victory was stolen, yet he had the support of former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
'"Tukisikia Tinga akisema kimeibwa na alikuwa na system na deep state.(When we hear Tinga (Raila) saying the election was rigged, yet he had the system and deep state)," Cherargei said.
"We need a designated demonstration corner for Tinga and company."
Raila convened the rally on Monday to give his supporters a 'way forward' after a dossier that alleged the opposition leader's victory in the August 9 polls was stolen.