Today evening all roads headed to Migori town is currently blocked following the move by Migori residents to demonstrate over increase in fuel prices. According to the video published by Citizen TV, the locals claimed that the former prime minister Raila Odinga had failed to come for their rescue. They have threatened to ditch ODM party and join hustler nation if Mr Odinga will not accept to make a courtesy call to Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Residents claimed that they would rather join hustlers camp if Ruto is a real hustler and can save them from increasing fuel prices in the country.
The residents urged Mr Odinga to come clear on the matter and address them on the way forward on the matter and how to save them. The residents have threatened to boycott all government services and continue with their plans of demonstration until president Uhuru Kenyatta comes clear on the matter to ensure they reduce the prices of fuels
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