Raila reveals alleged Gachagua’s night meeting to counter planned protest

Former Prime Minister and Azimio leader Raila Odinga has exposed an alleged night meeting organized by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua to counter his planned protests.

Addressing the press on Thursday, the former Prime Minister revealed that the night meeting was attended by Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro and National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah at his Karen home.

We have very authentic information that on Tuesday evening, Mr Rigathi Gachagua convened a meeting at his residence in Karen and in attendance were Kimani Ichungwah and Ndindi  Nyoro. They invited youth from different parts of the country to that meeting.” said Raila

He continued by saying that several youths had been invited at the meeting as well with sole purpose of discussing the upcoming planned anti-government protests set for Monday and Thursday next week.

According to the ODM party leader, the youths would be dressed similar attires as those worn by the Movement for the Defence of Democracy (MDD) and would mix among them during the planned protests.

“That meeting turned out to be a strategy session to plan to counter the demonstrators on Monday. The plan, according to the information we have, is that these youth are going to be given uniforms similar to those of the MDG, our movement. Then they will mix with our youth and accompany them throughout the demonstrations,” said Raila

The former Prime Minister further revealed that the youths agenda would be to kill over 1000 people through stoning and stabbing so as to create a strong ICC case against Azimio Members of Parliament for prosecution.

“They will shoot, stone, knife and aim is to kill over 1000 people and then they are going to make a case that there is a blood bath and they will try to send those who are leaders of Azimio to ICC, ” said Raila

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