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Raila And Team Set To Grace Three Mega Events Over The Weekend, Here Is The Full Itinerary

Former prime minister Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition Party, will continue with his protest rallies over the weekend.

The former prime minister who has been traversing the country with his rallies against president William Ruto's government will on Saturday hold another one in Kakamega County which will be the second rally in Western Kenya after the one they held in Busia county weeks ago.

Former prime minister Raila Odinga and former vice president Kalonzo Musyoka in a past Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party event. Photo/Courtesy.

According to the route plan issued by the Democratic Action party leader former Defence Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa, they will be attending the homecoming of their member of Parliament Dick Maungu in Luanda constituency Vihiga county before proceeding to Kakamega at the Amalemba grounds for the Rally dubbed People's Baraza.

After the Kakamega County rally, the team will head to Transzoia county where they will be holding another Mega rally. The Transzoia rally will be held at Kitale.

Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party leaders in a past church session. Photo/Courtesy.

"We head back to Western Kenya tmw after a successful People’s Baraza in Busia County. We shall attend @DAP_Kenya Luanda Mp Hon @dickmaungu’s homecoming in Vihiga County tommorow morning then proceed to Kakamega for a People’s Baraza before winding up in Kitale on Sunday. Aluta Continua" Democratic Action party leader Eugene Wamalwa posted on his official Twitter handle to update supporters.

This will be a continuation of the rallies which the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party leaders have been holding across the country aimed at pushing president William Ruto to lower the cost of living at the same time trying to push him out of power with allegations that he never won the presidency in the August 2022 polls.

Raila on Wednesday gave the president a 14 days ultimatum to meet their demands failure to which they will be holding a mass action.


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