Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka at the Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka command center
Azimio brigade has held its vigil across the country in remembrance of the victims whose lives were lost in the weekly demonstrations over the escalating cost of living.
The opposition outfit culminated its procession at the JOOF after visiting victims in various hospitals across the city to wish them quick recovery and the put measures of footing the bill of those admitted
Speaking at the foundation, Wiper party leader has said he is saddened by the sights and sounds that emanated from the hospital beds noting that the lives of the injured might never be the same again.
According to Kalonzo, justice should be sole defender to those who have and died and the ones nursing wound at the medical facilities
Kalonzo has also regretted the presence of police with weapons across points Azimio will conduct it vigil it expresses the zeal of the police to capture the state.
The wiper leader further condemned police brutality in the protest adding that it stemmed the cause of the death and injuries of the victims
Minority leader of the National assembly Opiyo Wandayi also dismissed claims that the opposition has completely called off its weekly protest over planned talks with the president.
The Ugunja lawmaker says the demonstration are still on, but only shelved for today so as to honor the lives lost in the protests over the escalating cost of living
Governors Anyang Nyong’o of Kisumu, Simba Arati of Kisii and his Homabay Counterpart Gladys Wanga have also led their county residents to honor those who died in the protests.
In the latest statistics by the KHRC Nairobi and Nyanza counties recorded the highest number of deaths stemming from police brutality in the weekly Azimio led protests over the escalating cost of living.
Wandayi has noted that the opposition will hold an interdenominational harambee to raise funds so as to offset bills incurred by the families whose kin are in hospitals as well as funeral expenses