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Azimio Makes Announcement After Realizing Who Might be Arrested After Monday Demos

One of its members claims that the leadership of Azimio La Umoja understands the consequences of the protests they plan to hold on Monday.

Edwin Sifuna, the ODM's secretary general, has acknowledged that this could lead to the arrest and prosecution of the coalition's top officials. He has said that they are considering the potential political ramifications of their actions but has also declared that they will move forward with their plans regardless of the legality of their actions.

The leader has promised that there would be no violence during the protests, and he has also promised to seek help from the proper quarters to ensure the event runs smoothly. There will be no hiccups on the big day, he promises, because the coalition has resolved to write to Johnson Sakaja, the governor of Nairobi. He referred to this verdict.

"We'll be writing to the governor to tell him that we'll treat his guests with dignity and that he shouldn't treat us like dirt. We want there to be running water in Nairobi so people can use the restrooms and ambulances in case someone passes out from exhaustion "The comment was made on Citizen TV on Thursday night.

His words suggest they will also notify the police by letter of the highways that will be closed. This is ostensibly done to avoid causing problems for other motorists. We shall write to the head of traffic in Nairobi to advise him which highways are likely to be affected," the Nairobi senator reportedly said.

The head of the Azimio party, Raila Odinga, has said that he is willing to be imprisoned and spend time in jail if it means fighting for Kenyans. He insists he will eventually have to pay the price. He insists that his actions are always made in the interest of the people. Even though the government had told him that taking a fake presidential oath would be considered treason, he managed to avoid imprisonment and stay free in 2018.

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