Following the lapse of the 14 days ultimatum which Azimio coalition had issued to the Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza administration, the opposition leaders have now given the way forward to their supporters.
While addressing a press conference, Narc Kenya party leader, Martha Karua and Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka stated that right to demonstrate and picket is enshrined in the constitution. They however maintained that the demonstrations will be peaceful.
Raila, who acknowledged Ruto's administration as an illegitimate regime, announced the start of mass action from across the country. The ODM leader further said that the main demonstration will be done in Nairobi on March 20th, where he asked Kenyans to have a date with destiny.
Despite these pronouncements by the Azimio leaders, tables seem to turn against one of them. Siaya Governor, James Orengo, now looks like a targeted man going by latest declaration by some of ODM members.
Whilst ODM politicians have threatened president Ruto's government with a call for mass action, a section of Siaya residents have threatened their Governor with a similar call if he will not heed to their demands and reconcile with his deputy.
Members of ODM who reside in Alego Usonga in Siaya county have threatened the senior counsel with mass action. They have also served him with an ultimatum of 21 days to reconcile with his deputy, William Oduol.
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