Azimio la Umoja coalition leader Raila Odinga has broken silence after police officer lobbed tear gas at Azimio's rally today. The Azimio team held roadsides talk with Ruaka resident on there way to Githurai for mega rally.
Among the leaders who attended the rally include Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Kitui Senator Enock Wambua, Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua as they continue to push government to meet their grievances.
However, amid conversation, a police officer lobbed tear gas at crowd, forcing Raila Odinga and team to intervene and bring matters to end.
In videos shared by source the ODM boss to the strongest term condemned the incident saying mass action is way to demand the best for Kenyans. He further said the police who did the act is not aware of where the Country is headed.
"Huyo ametupa tear gas mimi nilikuwa na mama yake tukipigania Uhuru," Raila Odinga stated.
Raila's Kiambu rally comes just a day after successful rally in Nakuru with Country focus now on 20th March when opposition will be moving to State to reclaim alleged stolen victory in 2022 polls.
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