The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has vowed to defy the ban by Inspector-General of Police David Kimaiyo and will go ahead with their weekend rallies planned for ex-Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s return from the US.
Speaking after a botched meeting with Kimaiyo, CORD principal and Senate Minority Leader Moses Wetangula said: “On Saturday, we are going to have a reception for the former Prime Minister and a rally at Uhuru Park regardless,” he said.
Wetangula said Kimaiyo’s reason for cancelling the rally went against recent assurances by government officials that the country was secure.
In his twitter handle, the IG of Police stated that “Cancellation of all political rallies also applies to processions & demonstrations, as criminals may take advantage of these gatherings”
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