Azimio One Kenya Coalition and Kenya Kwanza alliance political battle could soon come to an end if what Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua wished succeeds.
The DP has now asked the opposition camp to come together and work with Kenya Kwanza administration in order to change the livea of Kenyans.
Gachagua was against Azimio plan to hold rallies. He challenged Azimio to avoid complaining against Ruto and instead work with government.
" Our brothers(Azimio) are complaining that we are not involving them in government investments. We want to tell them to come here today, if they have plans to change the lives of Kenyans they should come and work with President Ruto," he said.
Azimio are expected to hold a massive street protest on Wednesday. Other rallies are also lined up this week.
The planned protests, according to opposition chief Raila Odinga, are meant to pile pressure on the Kenya Kwanza administration to address the rising cost of living crisis and the disputed last August presidential polls.
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