Raila’s Security Escape Death After Alleged Live Bullets Hit His Car As He Reveals Next Protests Day

Raila's Security Escape Death After Alleged Live Bullets Hit His Car As He Reveals Next Protests Day

Earlier on Today, Azimio la Umoja coalition leader Raila Odinga and his allies thronged Kamukunji grounds where some political dramas were witnessed.

Speaking during the rally ,Raila Odinga urged all his supporters to tender in their signatures in a move meant to evict president William Ruto from power.


Later on , the Azimio procession tried to access the CBD where some serious dramas were witnessed.

After His procession failed to reach the city ,Baba is said to have used a motorcycle to get to the venue.

Well ,some interesting development have since then emerged after he alleged that some cops shot at his vehicles with live bullets.

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According to The Star, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance leader has said they were shot at for no apparent reason.

Speaking after he arrived at Naiorbi’s Central Business District, Raila decried that police officers threw teargas at them even though their procession was peaceful.

He said they were trying to get to Kenya International Conventional Center (KICC).

“We went through Ronald Ngala Road into Moi Avenue. We were actually aiming to get to KICC but they blocked us. That is where they were shooting us,” Raila said.e942f211bead4eeab6ef8edea12cbbb7?quality=uhq&resize=720

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He said there was a plan to block the protesters from leaving Kamukunji grounds.

They however succeeded to leave the earlier venue but were blocked at several points including at Haille Selassie and Kariokor Market.

The demonstrators aimed at getting to Central Park but failed.

Some serious political dramas are expected in the next few days after Baba said he was going to stage some mega protests on Wednesday next week in move meant to push the William Ruto led government into lowering food prices.


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