As a section of Kenyans commemorate and remember Saba Saba day this 7th July,Azimio One Kenya allianc has done a tweet to remember the second liberation movement.Taking to his official twitter handle,the former prime minister and an active participant in the second liberation urged Kenyans to reflect on the long road travelled and what they have achieved in the expansion of the democratic space that they are enjoying.He has urgd Kenyans to play thir part by voting in for Azimio on 9th August.
"As we commemorate Saba Saba, let us reflect on the long road traveled and what we've achieved in expanding the democratic space we enjoy. As we move forward, let's all play our part and vote for Azimio on August 9th as the nation turns blue," he tweeted.
His post elicited mixed reactions from a section of Kenyans.Some applauded him for the sacrifice he made for Kenya while some just chided him for saying he supports democracy yet recently he endorsed his elder brother Oburu Oginga as senator for Siaya.
Belo are screenshots of the reactions;
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