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Raila's Mass Action Takes Another Turn As Ruto's Gov't Issues A Bold Warning

No demonstration will occur in the city, according to Governor Sakaja, since the demonstrating Kenyans will destroy numerous businesses.

After receiving negative news from KK Governor, Raila's planned protest at State House Nairobi has suffered a significant setback.

Nairobi is tranquil and should stay that way to provide Kenyans with a humble working atmosphere, according to Brave Sakaja. He issued a warning that no protests in Nairobi should be held because Kenyans are sick of seeing individuals play politics.

"I won't stand by and see anyone's home, company, or way of life in Nairobi destroyed. We cannot allow the harsh circumstances that many people are going through to get any worse." He quoted

Now that the Nairobi county executive has issued a warning, it is up to Raila to cancel his planned demonstration.

If Hon Sakaja dispatches police officers to maintain order or deal with anyone threatening to disrupt commercial operations that day, protesters can suffer injuries. Yet, in order for harmony and peace to reign, we implore Raila to heed the counsel of other leaders.

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