The Azimio MPs and other leaders have urged president William Ruto to address the country before mass action kicks off in the country. According to a section of MPs, the president must address them if he doesn't want them to overrun public offices like Treasury over the high cost of living.
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The leaders have urged president William Ruto to avert demonstrations in the city by coming up with proper agenda on how the country should move forward. It's clear that the Azimio coalition will use all means possible to ensure that Ruto reduced Unga Prices to Ksh 100 where Uhuru left.
Azimio-OKA coalition have threatened to storm Statehouse tomorrow and forcefully take over government from president William Ruto. Whether Azimio coalition will succeed in their latest moves, let's wait and see.
Ruto has however remained adamant and urged the opposition to dare visit StateHouseKenya if they are men enough. The president has remained clear that his administration cannot be threatened by busy bodies.
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