The raging debate concerning planned countrywide demonstrations which will be led by Azimio Leader Raila Odinga on Monday has brought hot air.
Many people particularly UDA members have denounced this plan terming it as a coup. Gabriel Kagombe, Gatondo South member of parliament said that this had been done before and it led to undesirable consequences.
The UDA MPs who spoke to KBC including Gabriel said that they will not attempt taking their children to the streets to say that there is no sitting government. They said that Raila and Azimio leaders have children and they should be seen on the front line.
Hitting to Raila Odinga as opposition Leader, one MP said that Raila's Daughter should also be in the frontline during the Monday's demonstrations.
Raila has maintained that he does not fear to he harmed physically. He will hold demonstrations come rain come sunshine. Even if he is physically hurt, he said that his spirit will still fight for justice.
Jalang'o, Azimio MP said that he will attend those demonstrations only if Monday will be gazetted as a public Holiday. What are your views about Monday's demonstrations? Kindly share your views with us in the comments section below.
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