Nairobi county senator Hon Edwin Sifuna has revealed what will happen after mass action on 20th march as he now sends Sakaja the following message ahead of planned demonstrations on Monday. Senator Sifuna has given details on the way foward of the mass action.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, Hon Sifuna said during the interview that the mass action call will go on as planned on 20th and that even after the day they will keep on holding demonstrations not only from them but people will continue to express their views through demonstrations.
He added that this is a move that will make the government to listen to the people of kenya and not from Azimio as alleged. At the same time he said that he wrote to governor Johnson Sakaja to avail ambulances in the city incase one faints, clean public toilets and water faucets ahead of the demonstrations. He also assured kenyans that the demonstrations are going to be peaceful and they will follow the law as given by the high court and the constitution under article 37. Watch full video here
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