Three days before a much waited day, Raila Odinga has urged Kikuyu community to prepare to fight and reclaim his win. While pleading with them, he beseeched everybody who is supporting his course of action to come out and attend mass action.
Despite having their own businesses to run on that day, Raila has urged them to down their tools since he has declared it as a public holiday.
There are lot of fears among Kenyans about what will happened. Some expect 'Baba' to make grand entry to Statehouse and take the position of President.
Regarding Kikuyu businesses in Nairobi, Raila dismissed claims from Kenya Kwanza that he has planned to destroy their businesses. He assured safety of their property and premises.
Government is planning to send contingent of Police to man the demonstrating people so as to avoid destruction of property. Kenya have experienced many demos since the country gained independence. What surprises many is that Raila and his father has been leading in protesting against the government in fight for power.
Do you agree with Raila Odinga that businesses and premises in Nairobi will not be disrupted or destroyed on that day? Comment about this.
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