Emerging details this evening reveals that part of North Rift Leaders have passed a crucial message to Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Hon Raila Odinga as they reminds him that Kenya needs peace and not rallies. Further, the leaders have inform Raila Odinga that in Kenya Kwanza "hakuna Nusu MKATE" has they asked Azimio leader Hon Raila to keep away from interrupting business especially on areas such as Nairobi.
“Hakuna nusu MKATE! Kenya inahitaji Amani si Maandamano, kufuruga biashara Nairobi" ~ North Rift leaders to Raila.
Following this, North Rift Leaders' message to Raila Odinga have raised concern to netizens online who have reacted giving different reactions towards it.
Below are some of their reactions;
"Maandamano lazima twende upende ama usipende." ~ Isaac Maiyo.
"Wakenya ni akina nani sasa? Peleka ukaleJINGA yko mbali huko. Tutaandamana upende usipende." ~ David Opondo.
"Just laughing at who is speaking and those under him!" ~ Juma Kass Ke.
"Ngojea 14 days my friend." ~ Antony Semetu.
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