Honorable Otiende Amollo, a renowned legal scholar and member of parliament for the Rarieda constituency, recently issued a bold statement that reiterates his earlier statements about the dire consequences of the current Kenya Kwanza regime's policies, which he believes will throw the country into anarchy.
Honorable Amollo stated on his Twitter account that the Church has already lost its luster, the media is struggling under the government's repressive policies, civil society is gradually vanishing, and the opposition is on the verge of losing its hold on power. Most of his predictions have come true.
The outspoken lawmaker added that anyone who dared to oppose the Ruto government's agenda ran the risk of suffering serious repercussions and that the dictatorship would not hesitate to neutralize any perceived threats to its authority.
The church traveled—I've said it before and I'll say it again. MEDIA LEFT! The civil society is growing. There is danger for the opposition! You're next, whatever you are! The media council is shouting, "Cham Nyanju, eat your tomatoes!" right now. He composed.
Honorable Amollo may be encouraging Kenyans to be watchful and steadfast in their defense of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law in light of these worrying trends, warning that failing to do so could result in the country's irreversible collapse.
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