Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio coalition party

Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio coalition party, has encouraged his followers to be prepared for the return of weekly demonstrations in order to push the government of President William Ruto to pay attention to the concerns of Kenyans.

On Wednesday, while meeting with members of the Gusii Community who live in Nairobi, Raila, who is also the founder and leader of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party, said that Ruto's governance has turned a deaf ear to the concerns that millions of Kenyans have been bringing up and is alternatively determined on enforcing additional taxes on them through the Finance Bill. He made these remarks at Chungwa House, which is also the headquarters of the ODM.

"Kenyans are suffering. They are enduring a lot of pain. "They came to power through the backdoor when they were not ready to govern, and now they are interested in pouring their ineffectiveness on poor Kenyans," Raila said. "They came to government through the backdoor."

The former Prime Minister said that he and the other principals of Azimio will be presenting their plan of action to the public this coming Thursday in relation to the disputed Finance Bill 2023.

He said that if Ruto does not withdraw the Finance Bill 2023, Azimio would have no choice but to call on 'its soldiers' to protest throughout the nation as their last remaining recourse.


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