Odinga urged to put a stop to the Monday Demonstrations

Azimio Leaders [Photo: People Daily]

Religious leaders in Nandi County are calling on Azimio Leader Raila Odinga to put a stop to the ongoing demonstrations in the country.

Led by Bishop Paul Korir, the leaders say the demonstrations undermine the peace of the country. 

Korir further noted that a dialogue between President William Ruto and Azimio leader Raila Odinga will end political tension in the country.

He told Odinga to adopt an issue-based and solution-oriented approach to having their demands met.

Azimio has planned to hold the mega demonstration on Monday – 20th of March in Nairobi, to push the Kenya Kwanza government to act on the high cost of living. 

Odinga is also calling for Electoral Justice, claiming that his victory was stolen in last year’s presidential election.

Yesterday, the Opposition Chief was in Nakuru, where he maintained that he will not be intimidated to call off the Mega Mass Action.

“To right these wrongs, and in line with the provisions of our constitution, we reaffirm that we have a date with destiny and shall March on and occupy Nairobi on 20th March 2023,” said the ODM leader.

This even as he dismissed claims that the planned demonstrations were targeted to disrupt the country’s economy saying the demos will not target city traders.

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