Details of Raila's plan after KCPE and KCSE exposed

The decision by Mr Odinga comes after the NCCK suggested that the Government should create the office of PM for him.

The plan which was allegedly put on hold to allow the completion of the ongoing KCPE and KCSE examinations, would involve a massive march by one million Kenyans on the streets of Nairobi in a renewed pursuit for electoral reforms.

This is part of Mr Odinga’s Monday announcement to form the People’s Assembly, in addition to the parliamentary wing of the Resistance Movement which has received heavy backlash.

“We have endured these injustices for too long. I know the next steps we are taking will be painful and taxing, but I want you to make sacrifices,” Mr Odinga told Nasa affiliated MPs in a closed door meeting on Wednesday.

He added: “We must be prepared to be on the right side of history. It is important, because history will judge us harshly if we let down our future generations.”

It is alleged that the scuffle emerged when a number of lawmakers seemingly opposed the decision by the two-men meeting which brought together Amani’s Musalia Mudavadi, who is said to have pleaded tirelessly with the MPs to accept the deal.

Earlier, reports indicated tht Opposition leader's  failure to quit politics after the October 26 repeat polls created a discomfort in the Nasa backyard.

A confidant divulged the planned One-Million-Man march slated for early next month will be preceded by the inaugural convention of the People’s Assembly.

NASA key strategist Dr David Ndii, who separately spoke to the press, confirmed the plans to institute the assembly.

Rarieda Constituency lawmaker Otiende Amolo told in an exclusive interview that there is a massive plan to boycott products related to the Jubilee administration in a bid to “paralyse the corrupt administration.”

The Former Prime Minister asked the lawmakers to mobilise at least 3,000 people each for next month’s march in Nairobi.

On Tuesday, Odinga took the better part of the day to school hundreds of Members of County Assembly and MPs on the liberation concept.

He resorted to a revolutionary concept after Mr Kenyatta was declared the winner with 98.2 per cent of the votes cast in the repeat polls.

“This election must not stand .... It will make a complete mockery of elections and might well be the end of the ballot as a means of instituting government in Kenya. It will completely destroy public confidence in the vote,” Mr Odinga had told reporters in his first address after the October 26 repeat polls.


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