In Summary

  • Ichungwah says government is fully prepared to handle any disruptions caused by the protests.
  • Millicent Omanga weighs in

National Assembly Majority leader Kimani Ichungwah has confronted opposition leader Raila Odinga over upcoming planned protests.

In a tweet, Ichungwah warned the Azimio leader to brace himself as the government is fully prepared to handle any disruptions to peace that will be caused by the protesters.

The street demos are slated for tomorrow Wednesday to Friday this week. The demos aim to address the high cost of living in the country while criticizing the government for failing to address the issue.

In his tweet, the majority leader accused former President Uhuru Kenyatta, whom he claims is the sponsor of the protests, of attempting to blackmail the government.

“UMETUCHOSHA pia. You and your sponsor be ready too. Blackmail this time will take you NOWHERE. You shall have no more bloodshed and no more looting of our businesses,”he said while replying to Odinga who said he was ready for the protests.

“Game Changing is THIRST for Bloodshed. They shot innocent people last week in mlolongo to blame the police and they think they can kill more to force a dialogue for power sharing. You will fail Mr Lord of Violence and your sponsor, “he added.

Millicent Omanga Speaks

Meanwhile former nominated senator Millicent Omanga has weighed in on the matter saying the country can’t afford to have a two day working nation.

“We can’t have a 2 days working nation. Enough is enough. For the sake of our political future & economic stability. Election losers must learn to accept defeat. If that issue is not dealt with now it will forever haunt every presidential winner. It will be stopped wapende wasi…,”She tweeted.

The high cost of living has been a persistent concern among Kenyan citizens, with inflation and rising prices affecting their daily lives.

The opposition party has criticized the government for its perceived failure to adequately address these issues, demanding immediate action to alleviate the financial burden on ordinary citizens.

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