With the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance camp led by the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga prepares to conduct two anti-President William Ruto rallies this weekend, Kirinyaga Woman Representative Njeri Maina has urged the camp to give the government time.
The opposition is expected to have the rallies in Mavoko Constituency in Machakos County on Friday, and later in Busia County on Sunday, all aimed that pushing for their demands from Ruto’s government.
Speaking with K24 TV, Maina expressed her confidence that Ruto will revive the economy and bring the country to the right trajectory.
“Ruto is politically mature since he has been in politics for years, so I do nto think that there is something that he cannot deliver. We all knew that if Azimio lost the elections, they were going to hold protests with the aim of either getting jobs in government or even the handshake.”
“We have seen in the past what Raila has been doing, and it is now time that he changes tact, and know that even those rallies will not solve the issues his own supporters are going through, and in turn allow the government to deliver on its agenda,” said the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) lawmaker.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader who has been insisting that he won the August 9th presidential race, according to an alleged report by a whistleblower, with 8.1 million votes, has stated that he will lead the rallies against Ruto’s government to ensure his demands Ruto’s resignation are fulfilled.
Despite claims from Kenya Kwanza leaders that Raila is eyeing an handshake with Ruto’s government, the Former premier has dismissed such claims saying that he is keen to fight for the interests of Kenyans.
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