Nuru Okanga, a fervent admirer of opposition leader Raila Odinga, appointed William Ruto president after the detention of the former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga.
Ruto should understand that Kenya is greater than him and that he cannot utilize it whatever he pleases, says the courageous Nuru Okanga.
Okanga recommended President William Ruto to place important individuals—such as Edwin Sifuna, Eugene Wamalwa, and George Wajackoyah—in prison and then monitor what happened to the country following their detention.
Additionally, he urged the Kikuyu people to plan their own demonstrations and fight for Njenga's freedom.
The lives of Kenyans are becoming intolerably unpleasant as a result of rising living expenses. Okanga claims that Ruto has not raised the price of goods that directly impact him, including cement and jet fuel. Ruto is unable to discuss the price because he is aware that many Kenyans do not have access to airplanes.
You alone are torturing this entire country, I must warn you. Why not jail Njenga instead of Wajackoyah, Wamalwa, and Sifuna leaders? We'll show you what you're looking for. Without fear, Okanga said
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