If you live in Migori, it is better to stay home and watch the news or do something else rather than drive your car to Migori town. This is because you might not manage to get that far due to the Azimio Mass action protests.
Even though Nairobi seems to be quite peaceful with very few signs of protests, Migori protesters seem to be very active. This is because it has been reported that they have resorted to blocking major roads in the town using stones.
Migori County is one of the major strongholds of the former Prime minister Honourable Raila Amolo Odinga. Raila's supporters in the county have often shown their support by taking any action that he has declared seriously.
Despite the expected mass action demonstrations in the country, there appears to be low economic activity since most businesses in Nairobi appear to have been closed. Most people are treating today as a holiday due to the past destruction that was witnessed on 20th March. There is also a heavy police presence in Nairobi CBD.
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