“The MNOs shall reference the System and deny access to their communication networks any IMEI that is blacklisted under the direction of the Authority upon notification of the consumer,” CA stated.
“Western elders unanimously hand over Oparanya as Luhya community leader with whom you “Raila Odinga” will negotiate the interest of the community in your government,” the declaration read.
The ODM party leader faulted DP Ruto’s politics saying that the Deputy President was traversing the country with empty promises to Kenyans instead of focusing on real actions.
Savula said he will walk the journey with Raila to realise the Azimio La Umoja aspirations adding that he still remains in the Amani National Congress that sponsored him to Parliament.
“In 2016 Atwoli gave Mudavadi the responsibility of speaking on behalf of the Western Region. As a Luyha I can’t remember the last time he spoke for me. I’m looking forward to getting a new spokesman for the Luyha people today,” Edwin Sifuna said while stating his expectations ahead of the meeting.
ODM leaders Raila arrived at the Stadium 10 minutes to 1pm and is expected to be endorsed by a section of Luhya leaders as their preferred presidential candidate for 2022 general elections.
“We are super ready. On January 18, 19 and 20, we will perform the final rites on BBI at the Supreme Court. Thereafter, we will turn on this ill-advised Political Parties (Amendment) Bill, 2021, in the High Court and, if need be, in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court,” said Kindiki.
The Bukhungu declaration had previously faced resistance by Senator Malala who had previously declared that the event was not going to take place but later on the senator withdrew his demands paving way for a successful meeting at Bukhungu.
“We are ready to hand over the instrument of opposition to William ruto as we prepare raila odinga to take over the government”.
“We are likely to attend the meeting and tell Raila Odinga that now that he has declared Azimio a movement and declared himself a candidate, he should wait for negotiations if that is what he wants because we as ANC have not even held our NDC. What’s the hurry?” Savula asked.