After the end of fourteen day ultimatum given to President Ruto's government to lower taxes on prices, Azimio declared their mass action. But who do you think is sponsoring this protest by Azimio leader Raila Odinga. According to Kapseret Member of Parliament, current protests by Azimio are being sponsored by the people who did not accept defeat in 2022 general election. Sudi insists that their rallies would not disrupt the government at all. And who do you think Sudi was referring to, retired President Uhuru Kenyatta or who?
Raila Odinga's Azimio Party started mass protest yesterday in Migori county where they had only one message "Ruto must go". Their second big rally is now in Narok county where they are set to accelerate with their push against President Ruto's administration. The Azimio have already leaked out that they will announce the media houses, food companies and even telecommunication companies to boycott in the starting Monday. They also revealed that Kenyans should boycott eggs as the first food stuff.
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