There is no resting for president William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza administration at large after Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party announced plans for a series of protests all over the country.
The opposition outfit says that it will soon resort to the streets if president William Ruto does not restore the subsidies which were introduced during the tenure of retired president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Through the leader of minority in the national assembly Hon Opiyo Wandayi, the outfit claims that plans by Ruto to scrap off subsidies like one on school fees, the controversial policy to do away with the higher education loans board (HELB) and consolidate it under another body leaves them with no choice but to take the drastic action.
The opposition says the HELB loan program and that the school fees subsidy was helpful to many parents especially at this period where the economy is doing poorly. He asked parents and students to join them to protest against the said plans.
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