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Raila has scheduled another Rally in Machakos this week.

Cabinet Secretary for interior and coordination of National Government Kithure Kindiki has fired a warning to ODM leader Raila Odinga. 

The CS said though he has no issues with Raila holding demos across the country, that must be done within the legal framework.

The CS while unpacking his achievements for the 100 days he has been in office on Monday said he has no time for politics.

Kindiki said he is keen on ensuring Kenyans are safe wherever they are and that no one interferes with peaceful co-existence of Kenyans.

ODM leader Raila Odinga addressing a rally at Kibera grounds on Sunday, February 6, 2022.PHOTO | COURTESY

"Politicians come from various sectors, some of them from the opposition, but my business is to hear from them, what they think we can do to make our country safe, period. As to their politics, they can go and do it elsewhere. Some of them are doing demonstrations, I have no business with that, I don't care. But on one condition, they keep law and order," Kindiki said. 

And added:

"The day they will try to break the law, breach peace, incite public disorder, that is the day the full weight of the ministry of Interior will come on them. They can do rallies so long as they don't disrupt businesses, don't insult."

Raila has been leading an onslaught against the Ruto regime in the last few weeks.

On Sunday, he held a rally in Kibera where he castigated the Ruto administration saying he must quit office for him.

Raila has scheduled another Rally in Machakos this week.