Azimio leader Raila Odinga insists that the opposition will continue to push for lowering of prices of basic commodities saying majority of Kenyans are suffering under the Kenya Kwanza regime.
Speaking in Kamkunji, Nairobi, after police diverted his convoy that was headed into the Central Business District, Raila said the demonstrations will be held every Monday.
The Opposition leader also alleged that the 2022 General Election was rigged and claimed that the IEBC servers were manipulated.
"They must open the IEBC servers; Kenyans want to know the truth. They have messed the economy of Kenya by increasing taxes and prices of basic commodities. Punda amechoka (the donkey is tired)," Raila said while addressing hundreds of his supporters who kept chanting 'unga, unga, unga'.
The convoy made several stops including Eastleigh where he stressed that his victory was stolen.
On his part, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka called for the immediate and unconditional release of a section of opposition leaders, including Senator Steward Madzayo, who are being held at the DCI headquarters along Kiambu Road.
Raila was accompanied by several leaders among them; Junet Mohammed, Eugene Wamalwa, Jeremiah Kioni and Gladys Wanga among other opposition leaders.
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