Despite being busy on peace missions throughout East Africa and the Horn of Africa, it is claimed that former president Uhuru Kenyatta, who serves as the head of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition Party's senior governing council, is quietly participating in coalition activities.
A mass protest that will begin today at the Kamukunji grounds is planned, and the former head of state is reportedly aware of it.
Reliable sources claim that the former president got in touch with Gideon Moi and the Jubilee party's leadership and asked them to fully take part in the demonstrations after two important coalition parties, KANU and Jubilee, declared that they would not take part in the mass demonstrations.
According to the source, this led to a change in the two groups' positions, and they both agreed to participate in the activities that would begin at the Kamukunji grounds in Kibera, Nairobi County.
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