Today, Azimio coalition leaders led by Raila Amolo Odinga attended a rally at Kamukunji grounds where they addressed their supporters. Martha Karua, Wycliffe Oparanya and Eugene Wamalwa among others also attended the rally. They criticised several projects and laws ammended by Kenya Kwanza administration.
Photo : (Courtesy) Raila Odinga, Azimio coalition leader.
Photo : (Courtesy) Azimio allied Felix Jalango addressing the crowd.
Nandi senator Simon Cherargei reacted after the size of Crowd that attended the rally. Taking to his Twitter account, he said, "Kamukunji Azimio-OKA political rally was hot air with usual plain threats. There was no people even financiers Mt Kenya foundation was no show including Uhuru. If Orengo and Otiende were absent then you can be sure that Tonga is fading like a flower in summer".
Lawyers James Orengo and Otiende Amollo are among the top allies of Raila Odinga from Nyanza region. https://twitter.com/scherargei/status/1600506278270455809?t=NM2XMWRcvVF-EqkW7x_moQ&s=19
Photo : (Courtesy) Azimio Rally at Kamukunji today.
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