Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio One Kenya Alliance party, recently initiated Saba Saba rallies nationwide.
During these gatherings, he expressed his unwavering commitment to upholding the rule of law and transparency in Kenya’s governance.
Raila as he addressed a captivated audience at the historic Kamukunji Grounds, he emphasized that the primary goal of the Saba Saba rallies is to compel the current government to alleviate the soaring cost of living and tackle electoral injustices within the county.
Raila further delved into the previous presidential election, stressing the imperative need for comprehensive reforms within the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
These reforms aim to ensure that future elections are conducted freely, fairly, and with verifiable integrity.
Regarding the past election, Raila firmly asserted that former IEBC chairman, Wafula Chebukati, should face legal consequences for mishandling the process.
“First, we demand that Wafula Chebukati be held accountable,” Raila declared.
Additionally, Raila called for the reinstatement of the dismissed IEBC commissioners, arguing that they were unjustly terminated.
“We advocate for changes in the IEBC, including the reinstatement of the fired commissioners,” he emphasized.
Through the Saba Saba rallies, Raila Odinga strives to champion the principles of justice, fairness, and accountability in Kenya’s governance.
Raila Odinga has made his stance clear regarding the actions that should be taken concerning p the former chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
Raila firmly believes that Chebukati should be held accountable for the mishandling of the previous election.
During his speeches at the Saba Saba rallies, Raila has emphasized the importance of reforms within the IEBC to ensure future elections are conducted in a free, fair, and verifiable manner.
Raila’s call for justice extends beyond Chebukati, as he also advocates for the reinstatement of the dismissed IEBC commissioners who he believes were wrongly terminated.
By taking these steps, Raila aims to bring about positive changes in the electoral system and reinforce transparency, integrity, and trust in Kenya’s democratic processes.