Political tensions between President William Ruto and Azimio la Umoja Raila Odinga have been widely reported. The Azimio crew will hold a demonstration at Kamukunji on Wednesday, July 7. Ruto's leadership will be improved, and the gathering aims to highlight the administration's shortcomings. At a church service in Embu county, however, the president stated that Azimio will have government protection throughout the entire protest.
After hearing what Ruto said, the leader of the Azimio people responded by saying his people don't require government protection. Indeed, Kenyans' reactions to Raila's statement prompted a range of perspectives in the online community.
Raila Odinga asked that Mr. Ruto be informed that he does not need any sort of protection from him in order to speak with his supporters. The Cabinet Secretary for the Interior, Mr. Kithure Kindiki, was ordered by President William Ruto to provide security for Raila's demonstrators.
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