President William Ruto has been warned on a possible downfall if he doesn't act on what Kenyans want.
In a statement via social media, outspoken comedian Erick Omondi told the President that he will continue fighting for interest. He, however maintained that he wasn't influenced by politics.
" If you don’t listen to what the people are saying, that is the beginning of your downfall. Wakinishika, wakunipiga, what kind of pattern is that? I am going to be the voice of that Kenyan who has no voice," he said.
Omondi has been arrested by police officers twice in the recent days. The first time, the outstanding comedian cooled his feets at Industrial Area Station after he attempted to storm Parliament building.
The second arrest happened when he mobilized Kenyans and planned to give out free unga.
Erick is seen to have joined a majority of Kenyans who feel the cost of living was skyrocketing.
Azimio camp are expected to hold a massive street protest on Wednesday, calling for reduction in cost of living, opening of electoral servers among other issues.
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