The Azimio la Umoja one Kenya alliance held their second demonstration in Jacaranda grounds in Nairobi county on Sunday 29th January 2022.
This was after holding another rally a week before where they made some ultimatums to the government.
President William Ruto has constantly been saying that the demos by the Azimio coalition is being sponsored by cartels who do not want to pay taxes and have not been paying taxes to the government.
Former governor of Nairobi county hon Mike Mbuki Sonko has exposed the person behind the Azimio coalition demos.
Sonko says that the person sponsoring this rallies is his former friend who sponsored for his removal from the office of the governor of Nairobi county.
Even though Sonko left Kenyans guessing on who this friend is, he has advised him to stop inciting the former retired prime minister hon Raila Amollo Odinga.
He has urged him to let Odinga who is now 78 years to retire in peace so that he could handle the Nyanza leadership mantle in peace.
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