The leader of the Azimio La Umoja coalition and former prime minister of Kenya, Hon. Raila Odinga, announced a few days ago that he would organize nationwide protests beginning on April 20.
These protests, according to Odinga, are intended to persuade the president to lower the price of some goods, such as fuel and unga.
The former Azimio governor from the Mount Kenya region has since emerged to inform Raila Odinga about his upcoming protests.
Raila Odinga was informed by hon Kiraitu murungi that by staging demonstrations, he is only deceiving himself at a speech he gave at an event that President Ruto attended in Tharaka Nithi county.
Raila Odinga's protests won't lower prices, according to former fuel minister Murungi, who said that Kenyan fuel prices are not set.
He claimed that Arabs who are unaware of the protests in Kenya set the pricing.
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