Raila Odinga has kept escalating the fight against President William Ruto and his government through rallies in different parts of the country together with his close allies.
He had a mega rally in Likoni today Sunday, March 12 and a group of youths dubbed Jeshi la Baba were also present donned in matching uniforms..
When one leaders of the group was given a chance to speak, he urged the youths to avail themselves in Nairobi on March 20th with an aim of walking to the Statehouse to eject President William Ruto.
He declared that as Raila's youths they are ready to die or go to jail with him during the mass action.
He said, "Tarehe ishirini, kama ni kukufa tutakufa na Mheshimiwa Raila. Kama ni kwenda jela tutaenda na Raila. Sasa Mheshimiwa Ruto kaa ukijua kwamba siku hiyo hakuna gari kutembea pale town. Tutaelekea na wewe pale Ikulu..."
President Ruto and his supporters have been dismissing such threats with claims that Raila is just looking for ways to get a handshake or government favours. But Kenyans are eagerly waiting for the outcome of Raila's protests.
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