A section of Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance supporters in Embu county have vowed to take part in the nationwide mass action that has been called by their party leader Raila Odinga.
While speaking after opening a new ODM office in Embu, Azimio supporters have declared that they will make a bold declaration next week on the steps they are going to take as far as mass action is concerned.
The ODM brigade spoke after launching free wifi services in their offices, saying that the new service will provide residents with free internet service to know what is happening in Kenya and also learners will utilize the free internet for research purposes.
The Azimio supporters hit out at President William Samoei Ruto accusing him of failing to lower the cost of living. They said the head of state must open the IEBC servers so that Kenyans can know what transpired during the last year's August 9th elections.
They also vowed to move across the other Mt Kenya counties and open ODM offices in the coming weeks as one way of rallying residents behind the Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga.
This comes after the Azimio leader Raila Odinga announced nationwide mass action and major protests in Nairobi on 20th March as one way of confronting President William Ruto.
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