On Monday morning, President William Ruto responded to Azimio leader Raila's appeals for widespread national mobilization. The Azimio leader had claimed that it was inappropriate for the government to invite the four IEBC commissioners in for questioning. He declared that the coalition would stage a large-scale protest to defend the commissioners who are allegedly being illegally targeted.
In his message to the opposition, Ruto stated that holding the government to account did not include organizing protests and persuading Kenyans to support the Azimio side's agenda. Additionally, Ruto stated that the opposition should not plan to hold street protests because they are ineffective for all involved.He continued by saying that the fact that there was political commotion demonstrated that the nation was a democracy.
As his administration takes shape, everything will come into place, according to President William Ruto, who has stated that the commotion in the nation is a definite indication that everyone is working.
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