The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Raila Calls for Kimemia's Resignation.

Photo: The Judiciary
Dr Willy Mutunga the Chief Justice of Kenya's Judiciary System.

Prime minister Raila Odinga has accused Head of the Civil Service Francis Kimemia of being involved in Jubilee Campaigns.

Speaking at a press coneference today to address threats leveled against Chief Justice Willy Mutunga, Raila said there is a plan to rig the March 4 elections and called for Kimemia's resignation.

The PM has said that the alleged threats the Chief Justice must be investigated adding that the CJ does not need anyone's permission to travel.

Raila has written a letter to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission over details of various secret meetings involving certain senior government officials.

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