Raila Odinga, the leader of Azimio, has addressed allegations that former President Uhuru Kenyatta is funding his protests against the William Ruto-led administration.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wa, both members of the Kenya Kwanza government, have asserted that the outgoing Head of State is paying Odinga in order to halt the advancements being made by his predecessor.
Speaking at the Kianyaga Boys School in Kirinyaga County, Gachagua and Ichung’wa both advised Uhuru Kenyatta to contact Raila and ask him to end his protests by Monday.
The former head of state is presently devoted to carrying out the duties assigned to him by the African Union, according to Odinga, who has argued that Mr. Kenyatta must not be drawn into insignificant politics.
In a recent interview with Citizen Tv, Odinga claimed that all of the funding for his rallies comes from regular Kenyan citizens.
“No one specific person has provided funding for these protests. The citizens who live in the country pay for it. No one has the financial resources to cover the movement’s expenses, according to Raila.
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