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Raila Says He's Not Afraid of to Die, Alleges Why His Followers Should Boycott Safaricom

The highly anticipated mass action that was planned by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga is a just a day away and he has continued to affirm that there is no backing down.

Speaking in an interview on Saturday, March 18, as reported by Tuko, Raila said that the mass action slated for March 20 will happen and that will not be the end of demonstrations unless presidyent Ruto yields to his bare minimums.

Raila declared that he is ready to die if the police decide to harm him but his spirit will live on. He however advised the police to be a source of security during the demos and not a threat.

When asked about which companies betrayed him, Raila was particular with the telecommunication firm Safaricom.

According to him, his followers should boycott Safaricom because it allegedly took part in elections rigging that made him lose.

Raila said that the only thing that will make him stop the demonstrations is after President Ruto lowers the cost of living and allows for independent auditing of IEBC servers, otherwise the protests will continue to 2027.

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