Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is not welcome to Deputy President William Ruto thanksgiving rally to held in Nakuru this coming Saturday.
State House officials, who included Thomas Kwaka, Dennis Itumbi, James Kinyua and David Nzioka ,were met area leaders and administration to fine tune the much hyped prayer rally.
Jubilee has been revamped following the collapse of DP William Ruto ICC case. The DP and broadcaster Joshua Sang faced charges against humanity following the 2007-08 post-election violence that nearly brought the country to its knees.
Raila, who is currently touring France and the UK, is an unwelcome guest in the highly charged thanksgiving prayer rally. The CORD leader criticized Jubilee administration for presiding over corruption among other ills.
Leader of Majority in parliament Aden Duale has made it clear that the presence of Raila in the rally is unwanted.
Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua told a section of the media that Afraha Stadium has a capacity of 500,000 and that Uhuru and Ruto for choosing Afraha Stadium for the special prayer rally.
Mbugua, who has been heckled in a past function attended by Uhuru, urged those who will attend not to heckle him.
The same sentiments were shared by Nakuru East MP David Gikaria who called for restraint from supporters of different factions.