Business in Migori Town have this evening closed premature after rioters staged demonstrations. The police officers have been forced to lob teargas to disperse them.
The angry rioters have then blocked the road by lit the fire on the busy highway.
This news comes just after the Azimio leader Raila urged his supporters to engage in demonstrations in order to push president William Ruto into submission. Interestingly, the businesses in Migori are largely owned by Raila's supporters yet he is sabotaging them.
The same demonstrations happened recently in Kisumu where business was closed and egg businesses crashed. The Azimio leader Raila Odinga has been at the forefront trying to cause what can be termed as economic sabotage.
The Azimio leader Raila Odinga is mobilising his supporters to meet in Nairobi to cause demonstrations and overthrow Ruto's administration. Kenyans are waiting to know of what becomes of Azimio which has turned out to be very chaotic.
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