Raila Odinga, the leader of the opposition party in Kenya, has planned a mass action rally in Nakuru on March 16, 2023. The rally is aimed at raising awareness of the issues facing the country and demanding accountability from the government.
Raila's plans for the mass action rally include calling for an end to corruption, equitable distribution of resources, and the promotion of good governance. The rally is also expected to address the rising levels of unemployment and poverty in the country.
Here is a reaction from Kenyan who is tired of this unending political dramas.
"What did you gain from yesterday maandamano and the previous day. Waste of time," Namp tweeted.
The rally is scheduled to take place at the Mazembe grounds in Nakuru on March 16, 2023. While Raila's plans for the mass action rally may be viewed as a positive move aimed at holding the government accountable, some Kenyans may consider it a waste of time and resources. Others may argue that the rally may exacerbate the already tense political climate in the country.
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