Editor's Review

The Azimio leader maintained that the rally in Kamukunji on Wednesday is still on.

Azimio leader Raila Odinga has dismissed reports of a fallout in the coalition party ahead of their planned rally at Kamukunji grounds, Nairobi, on Wednesday, December 7.

In a press briefing on Monday, Raila said that Azimio was united and that the party was acting in the best interest of its members.

"There have been allegations that Azimio imesambaratika. Azimio is very much united here. We are acting in the best interest of the members of Azimio and admitting that Wednesday's meeting at Kamukunji grounds is a peaceful public consultative meeting," Raila stated.

The former Prime Minister spoke alongside Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua, Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni and Jubilee Vice-Chair Davi Murathe.

Azimio leaders in a past press conference.

Wiper Party was represented in the press conference by Robert Mbui, the Deputy Leader of the Minority in the National Assembly. Raila said that KANU's Gideon Moi had sent apologies.

The Azimio leader said that the Kamukunji rally will not be a demonstration, urging the government not to disrupt the meeting.

The opposition party further stated that the meeting was in line with the constitution's guarantee of the right to assemble and demonstrate peacefully.

"We will be assembling as granted by the constitution peacefully, in an orderly manner and we have appealed to those attending our meeting to be orderly and peaceful. We are dismayed that those in authority are trying to paint a horror movie," read part of Azimio's statement.