Raila Odinga Declared Countrywide Mass Action over High Cost of Living starting today 9th March onwards. The Azimio leader listed fourteen reasons for stating a mass action against President William Ruto's administration. This comes after President Ruto's government failed to solve the economic issues in the country and as taxation on good remains high.
Fellow Kenyans, starting today, here and now I declare the official start of countrywide mass action," Raila said. The Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga insisted that Ruto's government is illegitimate. "A caring government cannot emerge from an illegitimate regime like Kenya Kwanza. We are telling Ruto and Gachagua that we have no more patience with an illegitimate regime that is too mean-spirited and too incompetent to deploy resources to an all-out war on poverty and suffering of our people," Raila Odinga stated. While addressing the crowd, chants of "Ruto must go" filled the air. They kept on shouting 'Ruto must go" until the end of the meeting, agreeing with Raila stand about President Ruto. Watch the video below
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