Despite being busy on peace keeping missions across the East Africa region and the Horn of Africa, former head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta who is also the chairman to the Azimio la Umoja Party top governing council, happens to be silently taking part in the parties' activities.
The Former head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta in a past Azimio rally. Photo
It has been witnessed that the former president is aware of the planned Wednesday mass actions that is scheduled at the Kamkunji grounds.
As witnessed according to reliable social media sources, when two major parties in the coalition; KANU and Jubilee admitted that they would not take part in the mass actions, the former head of state reached out to Gideon Moi and Jubilee party leadership and urged them to be part of the mass action fully.
However, according to the sources, this made the two parties to change their stands and will now participate in the mass action that begins at the Kamukunji grounds in Kibera Nairobi county on Wednesday.
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