Julius Kamau has hit the headlines lately after he held a placard at Bomas of Kenya interrupting Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairperson Wafula Chebukati's speech.
The lone protester has also been apprehended on different occasions including when Cabinet Secretary for Finance Ukur Yattani was reading the financial budget in the parliament.
Speaking with a local media house, the hawker said that he has witnessed injustices in the country and that is what has been driving him to protest especially during high-profile meetings in the country.
He is, however, not happy with Kenyans since they have not been supporting his activism since he started holding placards.
He revealed that his next target of protesting will happen during Saba Saba Movement which is usually held on July 7th every year. However, which is a day usually occasioned with riots and teargassing by police.
The 42-year-old is determined to continue with his activism and hopes one day it will bear fruits and make Kenya a better country for future generations.
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