Some claim that the Hon. Raila Odinga-led protests are now in danger as a result of the heated debate that the Kenya Kwanza government has already sparked among Kenyans. Given the limited time left, Kenyans are eagerly awaiting what will happen once they take to the streets. Will President William Ruto confront it or resort to violence to defend his nation? Nevertheless, a meeting between current president William Ruto and former president Uhuru Kenyatta is planned. As outlined by numerous attempts by the EAC Heads of State to resolve the impasse, the goal of the summit is to quicken ongoing regional efforts to achieve long-term peace and security in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. The first meeting between the current head of state and former president Uhuru Kenyatta has taken place since the inauguration. This meeting with Kenyans organizing a protest comes at the perfect time. At the meeting, which will be presided over by former president and EAC Nairobi Process facilitator Uhuru Kenyatta, the Heads of State from the East Africa Community will speak. Kenyans are anxiously awaiting the result.
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