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Upholding Constitutional Order: Opposition MPs Declare Non-Participation in Azimio Mass Action

In a resolute joint statement, several opposition Members of Parliament have declared their non-participation in the upcoming Azimio la Umoja mass action. Led by the Suba South legislator Caroli Omondi, the lawmakers emphasized the need to uphold constitutional order and respect the rule of law.

At a press conference flanked by other MPs including Gideon Ochanda, Mark Nyamita, Paul Abuor, Elisha Odhiambo, and Felix Odiwour alias Jalang'o, the legislators affirmed their commitment to peace and stability in the country. They urged citizens to continue with their daily routines and refrain from engaging in any activities that could disrupt public order.

While acknowledging the right to peaceful assembly and protest as enshrined in the Constitution, the MPs noted that such actions must be carried out within the confines of the law. Any attempts to incite violence or undermine the authority of the state will not be tolerated.

As champions of democracy and advocates of the people, the lawmakers reiterated their commitment to working within the democratic framework and using established channels to address any grievances. They urged their colleagues in the opposition to do the same and to refrain from engaging in any activities that could compromise the safety and security of the country.

In conclusion, the MPs called on all citizens to embrace unity and work towards the common goal of building a better Kenya. They emphasized that political differences should not be a source of division but rather an opportunity for constructive engagement and dialogue. Only by upholding the values of democracy and the rule of law can we truly achieve our collective aspirations as a nation.

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