Yesterday, Raila Odinga and his Azimio allies thronged Kisumu city where they held some mega protests.
During the said protest, Raila asked his followers to boycot some of the products that were related to the current regime.
Well, amongst them were eggs which the president William Ruto has been named as a major distributor.
Sadly, these remarks seem to landed on some goons who have reportedly broken eggs belonging to innocent businesses in Kibera.
Taking to his social media handles, Kimilili Mp Didmus Barasa has openly Baba for making such remarks that have also affected people in his Azimio wing
"Raila Odinga this is what your stement to boycot eggs is all about.? Not all eggs come from William Samoei Ruto farm. Your supporters are destroying businesses in Kibra. Your day is coming."
Some mega protests are expected on the 20th of this month as Azimio decries the worrying cost of living.
More to follow soon...
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