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Thousands Of Police Deployed Around State House Ahead Of Monday Mass Action

Kileleshwa Member of county Assembly Robert Alai has made allegations that the government has stationed the Rapid Deployment Unit Police just 2 kilometers away from the state house, less than 48 hours before the highly anticipated mass action on Monday the 20th.

Using his official Twitter account, Alai confirmed that the police are going to be transported around the state house and to other locations in the city as President Ruto' s group prepares for the " maandamano. "

Azimio, driven by its chairman Raila Odinga, has maintained that the mass action will take place on Monday, the twentieth, as was originally planned, despite appeals from a variety of parastatals, such as the congregation, Njuri Ncheke, and, shockingly, global networks. According to the information provided by the nation, Raila disclosed that he is experiencing pressure to cease the mass action; nevertheless, he says he will not do so.

According to Azimio, they are carrying out their activities in accordance with the law in order to make sure that the gathering of a large number of people is fruitful, peaceful, and noteworthy. Edwin Sifuna, a representative for the city of Nairobi, revealed that Azimio went to court to ensure that they are abiding by the law.

Additionally, they remained in contact with the lead representative for the city of Nairobi, Johnson Sakaja, and the traffic police in order to shed light on them on the Monday incident.

A great number of authorities have responded in various ways; most recently, a Kenyan lawyer based in Canada named Miguna Miguna dared his former superior to assault the State House.

He believes that if Raila is brave enough, he should storm the highest office on land where he has promised that should the ODM party leader pull this, he will feel the heat on his body. He expresses this opinion by stating that if Raila is brave enough, he should storm the highest office on land.

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