Opposition Raila Odinga has emerged with a stern declaration after what was witnessed in Pipeline.
The former Prime Minister has been holding demonstrations in Nairobi, and in a week that he dubbed the mother of all protests, he has showed up with his supporters.
On Monday, 27th March was the second day for azimio led protests and today counts as the second.
While there was no damage to Azimio’s motorcade on Monday, today one of the vehicles in the convoy has been damaged.
The vehicle which was carrying a public address can be seen to have a broken windscreen which Raila Odinga says came about when they were at pipeline.
Mr Odinga argues that it is the government’s doing and highly condemns the act.
He has categorically told President Ruto and his DP Gachagua that their days are numbered in what could be seen as a reaction to the incident.
Sharing photos from the scene, Raila Odinga says, “No justification exists for the brutality that we and the residents of Pipeline have endured this afternoon! Ruto & Gachagua your days are numbered & count them well!”
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