This is our last bullet, Raila Odinga
Opposition leader Raila Odinga has said he does not want any confrontation with the government
– Raila insisted that mass action was only their last resort
Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader Raila Odinga has insisted he is not interested in any confrontation with the government.
Speaking after attending a Church Service at St Peters’ ACK Church Nyamira in Bondo constituency, on Sunday, December 25, Raila said mass action was only a last resort.
Raila said CORD was ready for negotiations with the government over the electoral changes.
“I am very hopeful that the Senate will not behave like the National Assembly and that it will consider dialogue as the best way to address the contentious issues,” Raila said.
Raila said if the government refused negotiations over the disputed electoral changes they will have no choice but to use mass action.
The opposition leader said the country needs a fair and peaceful election.
Jubilee was determined to amend the election law to allow for use of manual voting and tallying in the 2017 election should the electronic one fail
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