The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Siaya offices were set ablaze by Azimio protesters on 30th March during Thursday's demonstrations. The incident comes 10 days after a similar incident where the ruling party offices were vandalised during demonstrations in Kisumu. According to UDA party Siaya coordinator Waore Dianga, a group of
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has apologized to the public over fake images on last week's Azimio demos that was shared on its twitter handle. In a statement posted on its social media handle, the DCI “unreservedly apologized” to the public for “the mix-up of images” in yesterday’s communication,
President William Ruto during a previous public address. President William Ruto has termed Azimio leaders as economic terrorists, implying that the planned weekly demos amount to economic sabotage.The President further warned that the government would deal decisively with economic terrorists, who will dare stand on the way of Kenya's economic recovery.
The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition has officially filed a notice to the police regarding their intention to hold peaceful protests in Nairobi on Monday 27 and Thursday 30, 2023. The letter addressed to Nairobi police boss Adamson Bungei was submitted to the police headquarters by Wycliffe Oparanya, Eugene Wamalwa,
Trans Nzoia governor George Natembeya, who was elected on the Azimio-affiliated DAP-K ticket failed to attend Azimio's anti-government protests in Trans Nzoia. The governor's deputy Philomena Kapkoy also skipped the rally which was also attended by their DAP-K party leader Eugene Wamalwa. Saboti legislator Caleb Amisi had to play host
Former Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya has asked Raila Odinga to allow him to eject renegade Azimio politicians.Speaking during an Azimio political rally in Kisumu, Oparanya said they will not entertain any politician who went to State House to meet President William Ruto. The former Kakamega governor said that the process needs
Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has predicted that Azimio rallies may mutate to something big like Arab Springs. Mr Ngunyi was reacting to a series of rallies that have been planned by the opposition chief Raila Odinga in response to the bad governance that the Kenya Kwanza coalition government has started to