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The Supposed Intelligence Behind Police Refusal To Grant Azimio Permission To Hold Demonstrations

The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition party, headed by former Kenyan prime minister Raila Odinga, has continued to hear bad news about the planned demonstrations, which are set to start on Monday of next week.

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The former prime minister announced that weekly mass action will be conducted on Monday and Thursday starting the following week when he led demonstrations on March 20.

Before the planned demonstrations, Azimio leaders in various counties have asked for approval, but police have turned them down.

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The Bungoma police’s decision to deny Azimio’s request for a permit to conduct demonstrations in the county starting on Monday is the most recent bad news for them.

While denying the Azimio team’s request, OCS David Odongo of the Bungoma Police Station stated that he could not grant a permit for the planned demonstrations due to security reasons.

He asserted that they have knowledge of other interested parties’ intentions to launch a counteroffensive during the anticipated Azimio la Umoja Protests.

party leaders from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition in Bungoma after their request to conduct demonstrations beginning on Monday of the following week was denied.

Odongo stated that if Azimio is permitted to engage in collective action, there is a chance that property will be destroyed and lives will be lost. He suggested that the committee think about organizing Demonstrations on different days.

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