Kisumu City is going to take part strongly in the much anticipated nationwide demonstration against President William Ruto-led administration should it be called by Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga.
This is the opinion of a good number of Kisumu residents who have been interviewed this evening by a section of media persons from the star, Kenya.
According to reports, the locals have confirmed that they will be holding protest the lakeside City if that it the only government can listen and attend to some of the problems currently pressing them.
“If this mass action being called by Raila will see some of the problems we are facing now in this country solved, then I am more than ready for it,” he said.
It is also important to not that Kisumu town residents were forced to used alternative routes today after police officers were deployed on the roads leading to State House in Kisumu.
This was done as the government fears that the residents could storm the area as it was promised by Raila Odinga.
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