Azimio One Kenya Coalition leader today shared his vision for alternative economic pathways to address the profound challenges facing Kenya. Speaking at the "Transforming a Nation Conference" in Nairobi organized by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Odinga decried the profound challenges Kenya was going through and called on the Kenya Kwanza
Azimio One Kenya leader has called off the Monday demonstrations and said he is willing to engage with the government in a bipartisan manner as suggested by the President William Ruto. Speaking at his Capitol Hill offices on Sunday evening, the former Prime Minister acknowledged the statement made by President Ruto
President William Ruto has urged the Azimio One Kenya coalition to call off the weekly demonstrations and suggested that a bipartisan process should be initiated to look at some of the issues raised by the opposition. Speaking from Statehouse Nairobi, the President said he had listened to the opposition's
Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga on Wednesday 29th March held talks with Delaware Senator Chris who is heading a delegation from the US to Kenya. After the meeting Raila tweeted "Had a great meeting this evening with US Senator Chris Coons and his delegation to discuss developments in our country.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga has announced that he will take legal action against Nairobi Regional Commander Adamson Bungei and other senior police officers who brutalized peaceful protesters during the March 20th demos. Speaking to the media on Tuesday, March 21, the opposition boss accused the Bungei led officers of provoking peaceful demonstrations hence
President William Ruto has accused Azimio leader Raila Odinga of terrozing the people of Nyanza into slavery. Speaking to church faithful at an interdenominational service in Kapsabet, Nandi County, the Head of State said there are no legitimate concerns being addressed by Odinga's mass action. "Sadly he is telling about the
7 ODM MPs Gideon Ochanda, Mark Nyamita, Caroli Omondi, Paul Abuor, Elisha Odhiambo, Felix Jalango, and Kisumu Senator Tom Ojienda declare they will not attend Raila Odinga's selfish demonstrations on Monday. “We want to categorically state that we will not be participating in the planned demonstrations. We equally urge our constituents
Nairobi Police boss Adamson Bungei has said the Azimio coalition planned demonstrations on Monday 20th are illegal because organizers didn't inform the authorities on time as required by the Public Order act. Speaking to the press on Sunday morning, the police boss said he had received two requests on