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How long Raila's anti-Ruto protests set to start today will last.

Leader of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Raila Odinga will lay out his anti-government policies today as he begins a 30-day struggle against President William Ruto's administration before making a final decision.

According to The Nation, the meetings have already been approved by The Council, the coalition's highest decision-making body, which is presided over by the late President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The anti-Ruto meetings will begin today at Kamukunji grounds in Kibra with the Azimio brigade, and on December 12 there will be a simultaneous Jamhuri Day celebration at Jacaranda grounds in Nairobi.

On December 22, President Ruto's first 100 days in office will come to an end. The opposition is anticipated to step up its efforts and mobilize the populace to demand answers from the government regarding its failure to keep its promises.

Through the public consultative forums, Mr. Odinga's camp has planned a number of activities for the upcoming 30 days. According to insiders in his camp, these activities will be carried out using a multi-pronged strategy, including parliamentary initiatives, judicial actions, and the court of public opinion. Mr. Odinga will launch his consultative forums on a variety of problems through Article 37 of the Constitution, which addresses assembly, demonstration, picketing, and petitions, and under Article 1 of the Constitution, which grants the people of Kenya sovereign power.

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