CORD leader Raila Odinga has said he’s not afraid of being arrested after President Uhuru Kenyatta warned opposition leaders with arrest if they cause violence after the August 8th polls.
Speaking in Matungu, Kakamega County, Raila urged area residents to register as voters and vote out the Jubilee Government.
Raila stated that the opposition will ensure there is no vote rigging in the August 8th elections.
Raila has also accused the Jubilee Government of doing little to end the doctors strike that has paralysed health services in public hospitals for close to two months.
FORD Kenya leader Moses Wetangula has called on opposition supporters to register as voters in large numbers to boost chances of the main opposition alliance trouncing the Jubilee government in the August 8th polls.
Speaking in Budalangi Market, Busia County, Wetangula expressed optimism that the new found opposition unity will remain and produce one candidate to face off with President Uhuru.