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Raila claims Gachagua plotting to disrupt peaceful Azimio protests

Raila claimed that Gachagua and his allies were plotting to hire youths and have them dress up in outfits similar to those won by the Movement for Defence of Democracy, then cause mayhem.
By Edwin Nyarangi 55m ago
President Ruto appeared to open a door for dialogue on what he described as a ‘development agenda and not on sideshows’.
By Eric Abuga 9h ago
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has told of church leaders over calls for dialogue between President William Ruto and Azimio’s Raila Odinga.
By Boniface Gikandi 17h ago
President assures of security, says nobody will be allowed to sabotage businesses .Azimio has notified police of planned demonstrations on Mondays and Thursdays.
By Edwin Nyarangi 21h ago
Business premises were pelted with stones while roads infrastructure along major highways suffered vandalism.
By Jacinta Mutura Mar. 22, 2023
The Azimio roadshow in Eastlands was deliberate. Although no prior communication had been made, the Opposition leaders were sure to attract huge crowds.
By Brian Otieno Mar. 22, 2023
Local and foreign journalists camped at the gate of Mwitu Estate, off Kerarapon, where Raila’s residence is located from as early as 9 am.
By James Wanzala Mar. 22, 2023
Privatisation Bill, 2023, allows Treasury to privatise public enterprises without Parliament's approval.
By Jacob Ngetich Mar. 22, 2023
Azimio la Umoja- One Kenya leader Raila Odinga has said protests will happen every Monday and Thursday, starting next week. He named three companies that he wants his followers to boycott.
By David Njaaga Mar. 21, 2023
Security officers were stationed at all State House gates while the home of former President Uhuru Kenyatta which is nearby was also guarded with the gates locked.
By Edwin Nyarangi Mar. 21, 2023
A total of two hundred and thirty-eight people have been arrested following yesterday’s mass protests, Inspector General of Police Japheth Koome now says.
By Mate Tongola Mar. 21, 2023
Thousands of demonstrators across four African countries yesterday heeded calls for anti-government protests to agitate for an end to, among others, worsening economic conditions.
By Peter Theuri Mar. 21, 2023


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