It is only hours before the opposition alliance resume their anti-government protests that is set to begin on Wednesday and Friday of this week.
The opposing faction has confirmed times without number that they will have their protests across the country despite receiving constant warning from the government who have maintained that no protests will be watched in the country going forward.
Reports have it that the government has put plans in place to counter the opposition protests planned in the whole country from Wednesday of this week.
While speaking in Kiambu County on Monday, Gatundu South Member of Parliament Elijah Njoroge opines that it is time the government to give listening ears to some of the issues raised by Azimio la Umoja.
“The government must listen to some of the issues raised by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance and determine whether they are genuine or not.” Elijah Njoroge said.
The lawmaker also urged the government to take action against those leaders in the opposition who organized chaotic demos.
“It is not possible for leaders like Raila Odinga, Martha Karua and others leaders within the Azimio team to stage destructive demonstrations and return home freely in the evening.
In the same event was Kiambu County Deputy Governor Rosemary Kirika who urged Azimio la Umoja team to give the ruling alliance time to implement their plan.
The Deputy County boss says that lowering the cost of living is not a single day event. She urged the citizens to tighten their belts, saying that it going to take a little longer for the fruits to be seen.
“This is not good for our economy. We want to concentrate on the agenda of bringing the cost of living down. Bringing the cost of living is not a one day agenda. It will take sometime for its fruits to be seen.” Kirika said.
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