(Pictured, ODM and Azimio party leader Raila Odinga)
Raila Odinga's planned demonstration's are said to have brought division to one of the government security agencies as they now have to stay till late in bid to counter the ODM party leader. Raila had announced that they will start demonstration's next week and will also announce product's he says are associated with President William Ruto, that Kenyan resident' who are his supporter's will be required to boycott. Already egg's and Safaricom have been earmarked.
With the planned demonstration's, it is now reported that a security agency are sharply divided over a proposal by their bosses on how to deal with the planned anti government demonstration's. It is reported that senior official's from the agency have been burning the midnight oil and staying up to very late as they discuss on how to handle the situation. More division is reported as some officer's are reported to have taken a very strong stand that the demos should not be allowed to go on at all.
Those who say it should not be allowed to go on cite that it will disrupt businesses, scare away investor's and even paint the country in bad light. They argue that this will happen irregardless of how peaceful the demonstration's will be. Some of the security agency official's feel that Azimio should just be ignored but the biggest fear also as reported is that they have the knowledge of the massive following Azimio commands and that this cannot just be wished away.
Via The Star.
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