On Sunday, December 4th, various leaders accompanied president William Ruto for an interdenominational prayer and thanksgiving service at Embu university. Among those present were; DP Rigathi Gachagua, Attorney General Justin Muturi, Governor Cecily Mbarire, Governor Kawira Mwangaza, Governor Muthomi Njuki, Kimani Ichung'wa among others.
While making his speech in Embu, president William Ruto said that the opposition has gone back to it's usual old tricks of demonstrations. The Head of State noted that with or without demonstrations, he will continue with his programme of bettering the livelihoods of Kenyans.
A light moment was experienced after the president stated that he has ordered Interior Security cabinet secretary, Kithure Kindiki, to get a programme of the Azimio demonstrations so that he can provide them with enough security.
"These people are the same opposition, with the same old tricks of maandamano. We know them. I have asked Kithure Kindiki to go get a schedule of their demonstrations whether it will be daily, weekly or monthly. The government will provide them with enough security. What we shall not allow is destruction of people's property. With or without demonstrations, our plan as government will go on. But I want to tell them that this time round, watajua hawajui," stated the president amid cheers from the crowd.
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