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“Ruto Should be Concerned That Kamba Community Has Joined Demos” Vocal MP Says, Claims What it Means

Kitui Central Member of Parliament Makali Mulu claims that President William Ruto ought to be concerned after the Kamba Community joined the anti-government protests called by the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Camp.

On Wednesday last week, protests called by the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga were witnessed in Mlolongo in Machakos County, Emali and Wote in Makueni County, being the first demos since Raila started protesting against Ruto’s government in February this year.

Speaking with KTN News on Monday, Mulu argued that the Kamba Community is very patient, and seeing them on the streets means the Kenya Kwanza government had failed in its mandate to reduce the cost of living as President William Ruto had promised.

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“The deaths which have been recorded during the protests are caused by the police who are shooting at the protestors. People are now arguing that the Kamba Community is not known to be violent.”

“When you read at the history of the Kamba Community, you will find out that community is very patient, but when they run out of their patience, am telling you, you can’t contain them when they lose their patience.”


“We are very accommodative and patient but when we say enough is enough, we mean it. Based on what you saw on Wednesday, the government ought to be careful because when you see us in that situation, it means things are running out of control,” said the Wiper MP.

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In his latest remarks, Wiper boss Kalonzo Musyoka criticized the police claiming that they are to blame for the chaos witnessed in Mlolongo and Emali, where some people were killed.

Despite bold reaffirmations from the government that the demos will not take place on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the opposition has reaffirmed that the demos will take place until President Ruto listens to their demands.

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