ODM leader, former premier and opposition leader Raila Odinga has once again left Kenyans shocked and scared at the same time.
This was after he threatened Judiciary hours after landing into the country from abroad where he and his family had gone to relax after the long campaign period.
Speaking in Mombasa during the swearing-in of Mombasa governor Abdulswamad Nassir, Odinga described the latest supreme court ruling as thuggery and dictatorship.
“It was not based on any law. It was based on thuggery. We are not going to allow another dictator to become the leader of this country,” said Odinga.
The opposition leader said that he and his team will take necessary measures to demand answers over the ruling stating that they will not accept injustice in the country.
“We can lead a one million march to the judiciary and tell them to go home. We have a right as a people to not agree with bad rulings.
“I am not talking as Raila Odinga. What the people saw happening on September 5 was a shock. Why should the people wake up early in the morning to wake up and vote?” he added. More