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‘Millennials are just keyboard warriors’ – Huddah Monroe

Kenyan socialite and beauty entrepreneur Huddah Monroe has commended Generation Z for their role in organizing successful protests against the Finance Bill and government policies.

In a statement on her Instagram page, Huddah lauded the younger generation for their activism and determination while criticizing millennials.

Huddah described millennials as keyboard warriors who only talk much with no action noting that if it wasn’t for the Gen Zs, the anti-tax protests would have not happened.

“Gen Z made the riots possible. Don’t let that spirit ever die!” she wrote. “If it was for twitter old millennials nothing would’ve happened. The fools have always been keyboard warriors! They tweet and talk too much but never achieved anything,” Huddah stated.

Gen Zs lead protests

On Thursday, June 27, 2024, demonstrators from various major towns across the country continued their anti-government protests despite President William Ruto’s decision not to sign the controversial bill into law on Wednesday, June 26, 2024.

In Nairobi, heavily armed Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) officers were seen maintaining vigilance from atop an armoured vehicle as the demonstrators proceeded with their planned protests.

Protesters expressed their distrust of Ruto, despite his move to return the finance bill to parliament and his promise to make budget cuts as an alternative to the proposed new taxes and fees on items such as egg imports and bank transfers.

Although on a smaller scale than Tuesday, June 25, 2024 protests, the chants were still the same ‘Ruto must go’.

Protests in Parliament

On Tuesday, June 25, 2024, chaos erupted as protesters breached parliament and caused massive destruction and vandalism within Parliament buildings.

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Several protesters were shot in the fierce clash by the anti-riot police. Inside Parliament, chairs in the lounge area were turned upside-down, windows shattered, and walls destroyed.

More demonstrations were witnessed across the country including Nakuru, Mombasa, Nyeri, Kisumu, Kakamega, and Meru, among other regions.

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