The Kenya Kwanza government is already causing heated debate and there were allegations that Hon. Raila Odinga will be arrested during rallies. Well according to this morning news CS Interior Kindiki Kithure has come out to state that,
Interior CS was in the company of PS Raymond Omollo, Deputy IG Noor Gabow and senior Ministry officials. Kindiki wants all the Azimio official leaders and supporters to observe peace and abide the the Kenya's constitution all through their events. To avoid any disruptions, the CS wants the Azimia camp to table the dates that they they want to hold their rallies to so as to help his ministry in planning how they will be of help to them during demos.
Carrying stones or any objects that can lead to harm have been termed as a violation to the constitution of Kenya by CS Kindiki Kithure. The purpose of the Azimio rallies is to oppose the current government and this indicates that Hon. Odinga has hit the ground running as the opposition leader.
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