Kenyan opposition calls to stop demonstrations

Ruto, at his rally in Migori district, asked opposition leader Raila Odinga to stop the demonstrations and reminded him of his past support.

Stating that he supported Odinga in the 2007 elections and paid the price for himself, Ruto demanded that Odinga vote for him in the next election.

Explaining that the demonstrations put all business owners in the city in a difficult situation, Ruto said, “Stop disturbing the citizens.” said.

The Azimio coalition led by Odinga took to the streets on Monday, citing their objections to the election results and the cost of living.

Events broke out after the security forces blocked the passage of the demonstrators by blocking the main streets with vehicles and intervened with tear gas. It was claimed that one person died as a result of the fire opened by the police.

Opponents announced that they would continue the demonstrations every Monday and Thursday.

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