Today marks a historical moment as opposition leader Raila Odinga launches countrywide mass action that will propel His excellence William Samoei Ruto to resign from the Presidency. His goal? is to mount the pressure on the government to reclaim justice.
Raila issues the directive after the 14-day ultimatum He announced the news on Thursday afternoon while waiting for a long press from Nairobi.
"Thursday marks the start of National wide mass action against Ruto who refuse to listen to their ultimatum and those of fellow Kenyans, "Azimio leader Raila Odinga said.
The city's high cost of living, high taxation, illegal reconstitution of IEBC, and importation of GMOs Maize by Ruto and company to make Kenya a slave.
14 days ago, Raila and his opposition party gave an ultimatum for the cost of living to go down from the previous one . They also demanded opening and auditing of IEBC service to establish who won the election. However, the government did not meet the demand.
More details from fellow Kenyans reaction.
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