A business woman in Kisumu town has emotionally send a message to politicians including president William Ruto ahead of the mass protests that are set to happen on Monday.Raila Odinga and several political leaders within Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition have recently been going in different regions of the country coursing kenyans to come out on March 20 for the mass protests.The political leaders are expected to demonstrate in order for the government to reduce the cost of essential commodities.
The business woman requested president William Ruto and Raila Odinga to sit down and have an agreement rather than having demonstrations and protests.She added that kenyans do not want any form of violence but peace.She stated that women are the ones suffering due to the demonstrations with children who are currently on half term break.
The business woman said,"kama mimi bwanangu aliuliwa 2007,sijafaidika."This loosely translates to my husband was killed in 2007 and I have not benefited.
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