The former governor stated that since the population urgently needed development, there was no need to oppose the current government.
"No demonstrations should be attended. Being in poverty prevents us from protesting, "Urgingly, Obado
His comments were echoed by former Nyatike MP Edick Anyanga who claimed the protests are not for the common good.
Anyanga said people are tired and don't want to do anything with demonstrations.
Raila launched an attack on Kenya Kwanza administration, saying President Ruto is taking the country into dictatorship of the past. He said he would begin talking to Kenyans on the direction the country is taking.
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