Kimani Ichung'wah is the current majority leader of the national assembly and also the member of parliament for Kikuyu constituency. In the recent weeks, Kenya Kwanza bigwigs have been warning the opposition against holding demonstration and if so they suggest that they should put their children on the frontline, Ichung'wah is not the exception as far as this statement is concerned.
“Let’s tell them to take their children, who are in EALA to protest with them. We want to tell our former PM, Raila, we want to see your children at the forefront of those rallies. Kenyans are busy looking for the Hasla Fund & don’t want to be derailed by political rallies and protests.” Majority Leader, Kimani Ichung’wah.
However, netizens have negatively reacted to his statement most of them commenting that they will be present when the rally will be called since they are supporters of Raila Odinga. Most of comments showed their readiness to take part in the rally, what's your decision if you are called for the Rally?
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