The news reaching our desk is that Azimio supporters have already paralyzed the transport sector in Migori county. They are already in the streets where they are demonstrating against the high cost of living that is being experienced in the country.
They are currently removing all the police roadblocks in the town as they move around chanting the ante Ruto campaign. This is a clear indication that they have accepted the clarion call by the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga to go for demonstrations.
The residents of Migori have revealed that the cost of living has gone up and the current regime is not ready to cushion Kenyans. They want the cost of fuel brought down and prices of basic commodities protected from inflation ahead of tough economic times. The main aim of this article is to inform you of the current situation in the political arena. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.
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