“Police have kept this incident quiet. CORD wants to make it clear that no amount of intimidation or public pronouncements that have no constitutional bearing will stop them from pushing the government to agree to dialogue on reforms in the IEBC,” wrote Etale.
This is not the first time it is reported that there was an alleged attempt on the life of the ODM leader.
On Monday, May 16, 2016, another vehicles belonging to the former Prime Minister was shot at during the CORD anti-IEBC demonstrations in the Capital.
The police questioned why Raila had not presented his car for ballistic questioning after it was claimed that the police shot at the vehicle and posted the picture on social media.