Raila says push for referendum to amend the constitution unstoppable

Gold Vigra for sale, lioresal without prescription can you buy an inhaler over the counter. discount cialis 5mg. sildenafilo normon 50 mg precio. . The Orange Democratic Movement-ODM party leader, Raila Odinga, has said the push for a referendum to amend the 2010 Constitution is unstoppable. Speaking yesterday in Rongo, Migori County as he campaigned during a stopover in his two-day campaign for the party’s candidate in the forthcoming Senatorial by-election, Ochillo Ayacko, the opposition leader dismissed critics of the referendum saying the exercise will be held at the appropriate time.

Odinga said no one can stop an idea whose time has come. The opposition chief further said the Kenyan constitution, just like any other constitution in the world requires an audit so that it can be rectified for the benefit of millions of Kenyans.

On their part, Minority leader, John Mbadi and Suna East MP, Junet Mohammed who had accompanied Odinga during the campaigns echoed his sentiments, accusing Deputy President William Ruto of derailing   efforts to amend the constitution. They also urged the deputy president to stop attacking Odinga.

Odinga is camping in the region for two days to ward off opposition from Eddy Oketch of the Federal Party of Kenya. The Migori by-election was occasioned by the death of Senator Ben Oluoch on June 19. The by election will be held on October 8th.