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Gachagua Reveals Reece Squad To Completely Block Raila From Entering Statehouse On Monday

On Saturday, March 18, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua described how the government will ensure enough security in the City for Monday' s Azimio la Umoja demonstrations.

The deputy President made a declaration that police will be stationed in various parts of the CBD to make it safe for Kenyans to return to work and start new enterprises.

He said that the police would ensure the safety of commercial establishments and property across the CBD as they foiled any violent plots. The DP also encouraged city dwellers to carry on as normal, assuring them of their safety.

" Kenyans should treat those protest calls with contempt and move on with their work as usual; security agencies will provide security to ensure that hardworking and peaceful Kenyans are not disturbed and distracted. "

" It is very unpatriotic, irresponsible and immoral for any leader to call for demonstrations when the Government is working hard to stabilise the economy, " read the statement in part.

He also added that the Kenyan government was actively attempting to reassure potential investors that the country was a safe place to do business. Consequently, the full force of the late would be applied to any disturbances.

However, police sources hinted that a number of special squads, including the General Service Police Unit (GSU), will be deployed for the demonstrations.

It was also revealed that the police were using intelligence reports to plot out potential hotspots for violence and put an end to the plots before they could spread.

According to sources, the highways leading to the State House would be flooded with a presence of police, including barricades, to increase security. State Lodges, including Kisumu, have had their security stepped up in anticipation of the demonstrations.

While protesting, Raila has asked his followers to wear white handkerchiefs to wave as a sign of peace.

" We want to ask our supporters to come with white handkerchiefs as a sign of peace, " he announced.

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