The Azimio Coalition kingpin Raila Odinga has maintained that they will resist and disobey the Kenya Kwanza regime until their voices are heard.
Speaking in Mtwapa Kilifi County after carrying an anti-government rally, Odinga said that the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition will lead peaceful protests for the Kenya Kwanza administration to lower the cost of living in the country.
While at Kilifi, the Azimio Chief stated he will not be tremble by the threats from Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki over the coalition’s calls for mass action.
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The political leaders who accompanied Odinga said the work of the police force is to protect Kenyans and their property.
Leaders from the Azimio side also inquire that President William Ruto halts the recruitment of IEBC commissioner saying the process should be revoked and the selection panel regenerated with representatives drawn from political parties.
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At the rally in Mtwapa-Kilifi county, leaders argued that they will use peaceful and constitutional means to formulate a political and economic reform agenda whose objective is to oppress the government to lower the price of food commodities and reduce taxes.