Interior Cabinet Secretary and Coordination of national government professor Kithure Kindiki has finally opened up on the planned protest by the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition that is to start today at the Kamukumji grounds where the coalition's leaders are expected to meet the people and expressed thair discomfort with president Ruto's government.
Professor Kithure Kindiki has guarantees Raila Odinga and his supporters maximum security from president William Ruto administration on the planned rallies on the December 7th and 12th respectively in the country.
He has called on the opposition chief Raila Odinga to maintain peace even as he expresses his discomfort with the national government. He said the country is keen that Raila and his team do not use the opportunity to interfere with the business of the people even as they protest in the country.
Kindiki has also called on the security officers to maintain law and order as the opposition team continues with their rallies in the country.
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