Martha Karua Azimio leader in Press briefing

Raila Odinga, the head of Azimio, has invited the organization's followers to a brainstorming forum on Tuesday to figure out the next step to take in response to the adoption of the contentious Finance Bill 2023.

The opposing side argued that the passing of the Bill ushers in a new era in governance and that this notion has to be fought.

Martha Karua, while speaking at an announcement event held at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Foundation, said that Kenyans must never be rendered powerless when it comes to determining their fate.

According to Karua, "We will have a meeting to discuss matters with those who support us on Tuesday beginning at 10 a.m. at the Kamkunji grounds."

"Let's get together on Tuesday to discuss the sort of lives we want to lead and make a decision about it.

Karua said that anytime they have come together as a nation, they have consistently discovered a way to respond to the most difficult difficulties that the country has faced.

She went on to say that things won't be any more distinct at this point.

"The only period in which we endured hardships for longer than we ought to have done, and the sole occasion when we permitted oppressors to dominate us for longer than they ought to possess been, was during the time we were fragmented."

"But individuals will always remain powerless in their nation against the leaders of their government. Not in a system of government such as ours, and much less so in an authoritarian regime such as the one they are attempting to rebuild," said Karua.


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