” We want the price of UNGA to go down to 100 not 150 that is our first demand,” Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga told his supporters gathered at the Kamukunji
Raila who was accompanied by various leader among them Martha Karua, Eugene Wamalwa, and Kalonzo Musyoka reiterated his calls for the opening of the electoral commission’s servers to ascertain the winner of the August 2022 elections.
Speaking at Kamukunji grounds, Raila also revealed that Azimio was planning to report police officers who used excessive force during Azimio anti-government protests.
“We are taking Rigathi Gachagua’s name to ICC tomorrow,” said Raila.
“We are not mad men who want to see bloodshed in our country. We also have children, mothers and fathers. We want Kenyans to be united; if they have refused, then it is up to them,” he said.
In Machakos, Ruto had told residents that the price of maize flour will come down to Sh150 from Sh200
This comes moments after Inspector General of Police Japheth Koome was reported by Azimio to the ICC for allegedly orchestrating violence and committing crimes against humanity during Azimio protests.
In response, Koome accused Azimio of targeting the Meru people in ICC cases.
“That letter is being incited by a certain politician. It started with Muthaura, he was taken there and now it is me. Why are they targeting Meru people? Let us stop this tribal matter,” Koome said.
The Azimio La Umoja – Okoa Kenya coalition has vowed to restart the bi-weekly protests if the government’s side doesn’t address the concerns of Kenyans.
The politicians had earlier attended a church service at St Stephen’s ACK jogoo Road.
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