The Machakos Deputy Governor Francis Mwangangi had urged the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka not to go to the planned demonstrations. According to Mwangangi, doing such would be embarrassing and shameful for it's not the way to approach issues. He wants sabotage of businesses in Nairobi to stop for that's what demonstrations are intended to achieve.
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According to Francis Mwangangi, just like Kalonzo boycotted the swearing-In of Raila Odinga in Uhuru Park, he must not attend illegal demonstrations. He is clear that violence has never achieved any progress in the country.
It's clear that Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka are planning demonstrations against President Ruto's administration. This is a matter that has been spoken about but an issue that has left the opposition leaders divided.
Some of the Azimio leaders have remained non committal of attending Raila's planned demonstrations. As always, let's wait and see of what unfolds for it's a fact that we truly live in interesting times.
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