The Azimio-One Kenya Coalition, through a statement that was issued by Ugunja Member of Parliament Hon. Opiyo Wadanyi on behalf of Raila Odinga, has today announced the presumption of nationwide protests in light of the fact that President William Ruto is not ready to cooperate in regard to the 9-point agenda issues that were raised at last year's Kamukunji Grounds Rally.
According to reports from Kenyans.co.ke, Azimio informed the government that Raila should make his demand known at this point. However, he stopped disclosing the actual dates (for tactical purposes). At the same time, leaders announced that they would no longer tolerate any form of intimidation or fear-mongering from CS Kithure Kindiki of the Interior Ministry.
Raila Odinga announced that the demonstrations that began last year will continue. The next one will be announced following their past meeting in Kamkunji grounds. Raila Odinga will also make another huge announcement. This has now left kenyans highly expectant that the incumbent president William Ruto will deliver.
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