Raila Odinga has been holding anti-government rallies across the country. He even formed a special force among Azimio to lead the rallies.
Kenyans have in thousands attended the rallies, most of which have been peaceful. President Ruto's government has maintained that they will not stop Azimio from holding rallies unless they disrupt the peace of the nation.
President Ruto is also under a 14-day ultimatum from Raila Odinga to lower the cost of living. However, sources have revealed that Raila Odinga is slowly thinking of abandoning the idea of holding rallies.
According to Kinutia Pius, a former candidate for Senator in Murang'a county, the mass actions have been cancelled indefinitely. In his words, he says, "Mass action idea abandoned indefinitely."
If the statement is anything to go by, then Azimio has called off the mass actions till further notice.
These are only claims from one of the Azimio members, and the top leadership is yet to give a comment on the same.
The allegations come days after the UDA team led by Secretary General, Cleophas Malala visited Kisumu and received a warm welcome.
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