The azimio top of brass led by Raila Odinga and Martha karua have insisted that their planned March within the capital of Nairobi will continue despite numerous calls from a section of Clergymen and leaders to postpone or Call off the demonstrations.
The newly-appointed Nairobi County boss Bungei has broken his silence on the matter just a few hours before Raila Odinga and his supporters make their way to the capitol to demonstrate.
According to the powerful police commander, Adamson Bungei, the police will be vigilant on that day to ensure that no law is broken even as they continue to maintain peace and stability within the capital and its environs. He added that his main task at the moment is to ensure that no property and business is destroyed during this time.
He further warned the opposition that the police will not tolerate any form of unlawlessness stating that the right to demonstrate and pick it is enshrined in the constitution but and the right to destroy property is not in the constitution
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